Bayern Park is not your everyday modern amusement park filled with adrenaline rides, but its charm lies in the simplicity of its attractions. Relaxing train rides, beautiful mock architecture and fun family rides ensure that you’ll still have a great time.
Train Rides, Wild Animals, Horseback Riding, Water Rides, Boat Rides, Roller Coaster, Landmark Architecture, Nostalgia
Bayern Park opens in April and closes in October. It is open in November and December for a few limited days.
General hours are from 9 am to 6 pm, with slightly shorter hours in the off-season.
Bayern Park Highlights
Wild Water Rafting
This adventure river and over-sized water slide is great fun on a warm summer’s day. As you step into the raft, you cruise down a long slide and river filled with plenty of opportunities to get splashed. ;-)
Take a trip on this whimsical caterpillar-shaped roller coaster as it winds around a twisting track.
Bayern Park is also a place for animal lovers. It offers donkey and horseback riding, a petting zoo, and several other animal displays that show off the beauty of our natural world.
More Bayern Park Attractions
For those who want fun action rides, there is the roller coaster, river rafting, swinging pirate ships, tube racers and butterfly dance ride. However, if you’re looking for something more subdued, Bayern Park will not disappoint…
There are several relaxing train rides to choose from, like the Schweinchenbahn (pig train), Schieneneisenbahn and Dwarfland Children’s Train.
Boat rides are also on offer, like the Bavaria steam ship, which floats by lovely replicas of Bavarian architecture, including some of the famous King Ludwig.
There are also many kid-friendly attractions. The trampoline, jumping castle and playground are certain to keep them busy!
What would a Bavarian amusement park be without a beer garden?
There’s one on hand here for all your gastronomic needs. Sit outside and enjoy some beer and German sausage on a warm spring or summer day.
Many major cities lie within a 100 km (62 mi) radius: Munich‘s city center is located 126 km (78 mi) west, Passau is slightly closer at 100 km (62 mi) in the east, Regensburg in the north is just 94 km (60 mi) away from the theme park, and Salzburg, Austria has a distance of 111 km or 69 mi (south).
How To Get To The Bayern Park
Munich Airport is the closest major German airport, at about 99 km (61 mi) away and a good hour’s journey. It is possible to transfer from the airport’s train station to Dingolfing and complete the remaining 20 minutes by shuttle bus or Taxi.
By Public Transport
The closest train stop for Bayern Park is at Dingolfing, about an hour’s train ride from Munich. There is a shuttle service from the station to the park on specified days and upon booking. Be sure to make a reservation in advance.
From the Autobahn A92 from Munich or Deggendorf, get off at exit 17b Dingolfing-Ost towards Reisbach and follow the signs to the amusement park.
From Salzburg get onto the B20 towards Braunau > Straubing. Approx. 2 km after Falkenberg turn left towards Reisbach / Bayern Park.
Of course, with a navigation system on board you’d simply enter Reisbach for the city and Fellbach for the street — voila! ;-)
Bayern Park Prices
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