Japanischer Garten, Kaiserslautern

About Japanischer Garten, Kaiserslautern

Japanischer Garten, Kaiserslautern - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Am Abendsberg 1, 67657 Kaiserslautern, Germany

Phone: +49-6313706600

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Garden, Waterfall, Cafe, Entertainment, Picnic Spot

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This is the largest Japanese garden in Europe. The exotic garden is located in Kaiserslautern, beautifully decorated with authentic Japanese plants, ponds, waterfalls, a teahouse and more. You can buy pellets and feed the fish there as well. Then relax and sit back at the cafe sinking into the surrounding serene beauty while you watch your kids having the best time of their life here. The garden is an ideal picnic spot. If you’re looking to spend some quality time with the kids the Japanese Garden is highly recommended.

Japanischer Garten Information

  • Do not litter in the garden.
  • Do not harm any fish, plant or other living creature in the garden.

Japanischer Garten Ticket Prices

  • Adults: € 5.50
  • Adults, reduced: €4.50
  • Adult evening ticket: €4.50
  • Adult day ticket with the Garden Show / surcharge: €2.50
  • Groups (12 people or more) - per person: €4.50
  • Students + students (17 to 25 years): €3.50
  • Teenagers (12 to 16 years): €3.00
  • Adolescents with day ticket the garden show / surcharge: €150
  • Free for children up to 11 years.

How To reach Japanischer Garten by Public Transport

  • By Train: Neuluheim Train Station
  • By Bus: Kaiserslautern Rathaus Bus Station
  • Kaiserslautern Hbf Bus Station

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Japanischer Garten, Kaiserslautern Reviews - Write a Review

  • It's beautiful to walk around and hang out. Meet friends there to just hang out but take cash because they don't take cards. We we're looking forward to trying the yakisoba but used our cash at the entrance and to get fish food so unfortunately we couldn't try it.

  • A very beautiful large japanese garden. It feels like I have been taken back to Japan, as everything look exactly like gardens in Japan. However the stone garden is a little bit disappointing as it is too small and some parts have been used by visitors to write their names or other things.

  • Great place. Very creative with an old prison. If my kids were younger, they would have liked the cell rooms better but I would definitely come here again. Breakfast is included but you can only access wifi in the lobby area due to the thickness of the walls.

  • Stunning botanical gem kept in amazing and laid back and clean lined Japanese style in lush greenery of Europe. The koi fish in the pond are so picturesque!!:))

  • Beautiful garden. Even though it is the biggest Japanese garden around it is not THAT big. Still certainly worth a look. In case you get a year pass in the Gartenschau it can be (or maybe is even by default) included. Feeding the Koi is also fun, especially for the kids.

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