Parks and themed gardens

Rosengarten Bad Langensalza

Exotic blossoms, winding paths, beguiling scents - Bad Langensalza is the town of gardens. Ten parks and themed gardens draw visitors into a world of spectacular and memorable panoramas.

Reflection and tranquility in exotic surroundings can be found in the Japanese Gardens in Bad Langensalza. Directly adjacent is the Rose Garden, with nearly 450 different forms and varieties. With the aromatic Magnolia Garden, the elegant parks of the Spa Promenade and Friederiken Palace and the natural, enchanted BUND Garden a stroll through the spa town becomes a very special experience. Ten different parks offer extensive variety. Discover Bad Langensalza, in harmony with nature.

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Contact

Touristinformation Bad Langensalza 
Bei der Marktkirche 11 
99947 Bad Langensalza 

phone (0 36 03) 83 44 24 
fax (0 36 03) 83 44 21 
 

Opening hours:

April to October
Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday, Sunday: 10am - 4pm
Holidays: 1pm – 4 pm

November to March
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Holidays: 1 pm – 4pm

Japanese garden: 
March - October: every day 10am - 7pm

Botanical garden and rose garden:
May - October: every day 10am - 7pm

Clever savings: Combi ticket for all four fee-based themed gardens!

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