Skyline Park is located in Germany’s popular holiday destination, Bavaria, and its Unterallgäu district. It offers thrilling roller coasters and adrenaline rides, playgrounds and carousels for the kids and 4D cinema and summertime fun for everyone else.
Skyline Park opens in April and closes its doors at the end of October. Typical hours run from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm, with a later closing time of 7 pm in the summer peak season of June, July and August.
Roller Coasters, Extreme Rides, 4D, Water Rides, Wild Animals, Halloween, Ferris Wheel, Boat Rides, Carousels
Skyline Park Highlights
The Sky Whell is a thrill ride that begins with a vertical climb of 46 m (150 ft), where it then does a backwards loop, but not at a breakneck speed. This ride makes a slow upside-down loop, letting its passengers scream in delight — or terror — as they are hanging upside down at 1G forces!
A giant needle circles around as seats are connected to each side. As the needle spins faster, the chairs flip upside down at dizzying speeds. That’s the Sky Circle — a must for adrenaline lovers.
If the previous rides don’t get your adrenaline pumping enough, though, then the Sky Shot is sure to do just that. As you are suspended in a small circular seat attached to a bungee cord, you will literally fly through the air as your chair bounces up and down between two towers!
More Skyline Park Attractions
If thrill rides aren’t your thing, Skyline Park offers plenty of alternatives. There are bumper cars, carousels, boat rides, and a 4D cinema for those who’d rather keep their feet on the ground.
They also hold an annual Halloween festival, so be sure to bring a costume if you visit in the late autumn season.
Visitors to Skyline Park are sure to leave satiated. There are crepe stands, beer gardens and the Löwi’s restaurant for a nice meal. Food choices include traditional German schnitzel, currywurst, chicken wings, chicken nuggets and potatoes.
How To Get To The Skyline Park
The Munich Airport is the closest major German airport to the Skyline Park in Bad Wörishofen. For the rest of the journey, see below…
By Public Transport
Despite its official location in Bad Wörishofen, the actual train stop for the Skyline Park is Rammingen (Bayern). From there it’s only a 800 m footpath (instead of 1,500 m otherwise)!
The two-hour ride from Munich is with limited direct trains. So you may need to change trains at Mindelheim or Buchloe.
From the Autobahn A96 (from either direction), get off at the exit Bad Wörishofen and follow the signs to the park (~1500 m).
You navigation system users, enter Bad Wörishofen for the city and Im Hartfeld for the street.
Skyline Park Prices
Since theme park prices are ever-changing, see the latest and greatest prices at:
Allgäu Skyline Park
Im Hartfeld 1
86825 Bad Wörishofen