Spa town and city of roses - Bad Langensalza

10 parks & theme gardens turn the spa town of Bad Langensalza into a green oasis at the edge of the Hainich Park. And friends of medieval feasts will also get their money’s worth here.

Once a year, knights, maids, jugglers and traders take over power in Bad Langensalza. The medieval city festival attracts thousands of magnificently garbed guests. But at any other time, it is also worth a visit: in the children’s adventure world "Rumpelburg" which is an indoor playground, the young children can romp around and perform handicraft work, adults may enjoy a visit to the thermal bath, and a walk through the Japanese Garden or the rose garden delights visitors of any age – just like an excursion to the nearby canopy walkway.



Touristinformation Bad Langensalza
Bei der Marktkirche 11
99947 Bad Langensalza

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

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Opening hours:

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

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

Parks and themed gardens

Parks and themed gardensBad 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.

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Thuringian Pharmacy Museum in the “Rosenthal House“

Apothekermuseum Bad LangensalzaBad Langensalza: The refurbished historic building “Rosenthal House“ was constructed in 1515 and since 2013 has accommodated the new Thuringian Pharmacy Museum which is the only one of this kind in Thuringia. 

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Children’s Adventure World

Rumpelburg Bad LangensalzaBad Langensalza: The fact that an old barn can turn into a paradise for children is proven by the Children’s Adventure World Rumpelburg in the city centre of Bad Langensalza.

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MühlhausenThe medieval Free City of Mühlhausen near the Hainich Park impresses its visitors by its diversity. The city wall, the historic old town and the 11 gothic churches define the cityscape. 

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