Dwarf Park Trusetal

Zwergen-Park

Not far from the Trusetal waterfall, you will find a mysterious world. In the Dwarf Park (Zwergen-Park®), there are living more than 2500 dwarfs of most different types and sizes. Discover the lovingly designed garden area with its railway.

The 5000 m² large site shows beautiful, curious, strange and funny things. The currently only dwarf tree (Zwergenbaum®) grows here.  You can observe how the dwarfs grow up in the dwarf fruits (Zwergenfrüchte®) before hatching out. Many attractive photo themes guarantee a lasting memory. An impressive 7-m-high climbing rock invites to alpine climbing. There is also a 18-hole dwarf golf course, a great and sportive pleasure for young and old alike.

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Contact:

Zwergen-Park Trusetal
Brotterroder Str. 55
98596 Brotterode-Trusetal

phone (03 68 40) 4 01 53
fax (03 68 40)  4 01 54

info@zwergen-park.de
www.zwergen-park.de

Facebook: Zwergen-Park

Opening hours:

Easter - October
daily from 10am to 5pm

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