Experience the fascinating forest wilderness of the Bavarian Forest National Park at the visitor centre Besucherzentrum Hans-Eisenmann-Haus, see the animals in their natural environment in the animal reservation, the forest flora and rocks - right by the treetop walk.
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16 large enclosures and aviaries are nestled into the multifarious forest landscape on the edge of the park, and together they comprise the Tier-Freigelände of the Nationalparkzentrum Lusen. 45 indigenous bird and mamal species live here. Entrance is free.
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Photo: Nationalparkverwaltung Bayerischer Wald, Roland Ertl
All over the world, visitor centres are the first place people turn to at national parks. They play an important role for visitors, as a first means of contact and information.
The Hans-Eisenmann-Haus is named after the former state minister for nutrition, agriculture and forestry, Dr Hans Eisenmann (1923 - 1987). At the information booth in the entrance area you will be met by competent employees who are pleased to inform you about what the Bavarian Forest National Park has to offer. They will advise you on many interesting options to make the most of your stay in the region.
Since being remodeled in 2010, the house sports a fresh appearance. Things get started in the lobby where you are greeted by modern info media, a pleasant lounge and a special gift shop. The new, modernly designed exhibition "Paths into Nature" (Wege in die Natur) tells the story of the Bavarian Forest National Park: "A story of forest and people".
A small cafeteria, the "Café Eisenmann", with two relaxing patios and an attractive interior invites guests in to stay.
The Hans-Eisenmann-Haus even has its own library which offers the perfect opportunity to browse in a comfortable atmosphere.
The visitor centre is situated directly at the exit of the treetop walk. Extensive offerings for children and schools round off the options at the Hans-Eisenmann-Haus.* Entrance is free.
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* based on text from: Nationalparkverwaltung Bayerischer Wald 2014