Wildpark Schwarze Berge
© Timo Sommer / Lee Maas
Wildpark Schwarze Berge
© K. Ahrens / Wildpark Schwarze Berge
Wildpark Schwarze Berge
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Wildpark Schwarze Berge
© K. Ahrens / Wildpark Schwarze Berge
Wildpark Schwarze Berge
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Wildpark Schwarze Berge
© K. Ahrens / Wildpark Schwarze Berge

Wildpark Schwarze Berge

Experience nature

The Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge transports its visitors to the middle of nature and is ideal for family outings due to its wide range of attractions.

South of Hamburg-Harburg is the beautiful green area, which was founded in 1969 and is open all year round. The park itself is located in the Harburg mountains. On an area of 50 hectares, 100 animal species with almost 1,000 animals are presented. The wildlife park invites its visitors to observe native animal species such as red deer and wolf. In the park there are spacious enclosures for deer and bison, so that visitors can observe these fascinating animals in natural surroundings. In addition, the wildlife park offers visitors the opportunity to attend interesting events such as air shows or animal feedings. For the latter, wolf feeding is highly recommended. For the little ones there is a playground and a petting enclosure in the Black Mountains Game Park, where children can pet and feed West African mountain goats. Thus the game park guarantees an eventful stay for the whole family.

 On the site there is the possibility to enjoy the whole port of Hamburg including the telecommunication tower Hamburg-Lohbrügge as a view from the Elbblickturm. Visitors also have the option of guided tours. The Nature Experience Centre also offers various theme days during school holidays. 

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Adults: 9.00 € instead of 11.00 €; Savings: 2.00 € , Children (3-14 y.): 7.50 € instead of 9.00 €; Savings: 1.50 €

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Hygiene information

Please note the following information and hygiene rules.

Reservation

Reservation / online ticket required
For the Wildpark-Restaurant a reservation is mandatory.

Payment

Credit card payment possible
Debit card payment possible
Contactless payment possible

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection not required
The Elbblickturm, the Kunsthandwerkhalle and the Köhlerhütte as well as the toilets may only be entered with protection from mouth and nose.

Hygiene measures

To protect visitors, hand disinfectants were provided at central points in the park and an extended regular cleaning plan was established, especially for public contact points.

More information

There are no public show feedings & events. Some indoor areas are closed (e.g. bat house, bear house, ...). The game park railway does not run.

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