Wildlife Park Naturwildpark Freisen

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    Situated in a valley near Freisen, the wildlife park is home to some 400 animals including red and fallow deer, endangered goat and sheep breeds, wapiti deer, mouflon, Barbary macaques and raccoons. Two elk from Sweden also count among the residents of the wildlife park. On the 1.8 km long circular trail, visitors can also see the animals up close - some of which roam free - and feed them.

    Other attractions include the falconry with flight demonstrations of eagles, vultures and buzzards as well as the daily show feeding.


    Hermbacher Hof
    66629 Freisen
    Phone: +49 170 7421800
    Internet: www.natur-wildpark-freisen.de

    Opening hours

    1 March – 30 November: 10 am until nightfall
    Ticket office closes at 6 pm

    01 December – 28 February: closed

    Bird of prey demonstration:
    See eagles, buzzards and griffon vultures demonstrate their flying skills. You will also receive lots of information about the behaviour and life of these birds of prey.
    - During the school holidays (Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate): daily at 11 am and 3:30 pm
    - Outside the school holidays: daily at 3:30 pm

    Barbary Macaque feeding (from March to early November only):
    Daily at 2 pm