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BergTierPark Blindham, Aying

(2.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • A young family with two small children which is clearly too much pay 28 euros for admission to the. Because there are many great possibilities, but also plenty of injury along the forest road. Then what happened, you can get help badly, because there is no network for mobile phones. Animal welfare is also much too short. And if you really can find a toilet, which is absolutely scruffy.
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  • There are certainly better alternatives in the greater Munich area: the offer of the BergTierPark blind ham is more than just straightforward. One finds there animals on a farm, in a normal city park or a Bavarian beer garden. We have seen sheep, chickens, goats, cows, pigs, horses, red deer and lamas, pigeons, Super-saturated Beaver and ferrets. The purchased animal feed has been ignored by all. For rainy days, in the great Hall there is a slide, climbing wall, etc. But also for this visiting no mountain animal park. Appropriate indoor - activities is also available in the cities. The animal park is beautifully embedded in nature and for the youngest among us an experience. From 5-6 years can be quickly bored, depending on how active is the child. The entrance fee for adults is m.E. fair, but prohibitively expensive for toddlers. Why a one-year child must pay admission 6.50 EUR remains untapped personally for me. Free parking in sufficient number are offered in return. Conclusion: We won't be back, especially as we have a large farm and a better equipped playground in the immediate vicinity.
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  • To offer this system as the "Alpine animal park" is simply a joke. 2 cows, 2 horses and donkeys, some local forest animals, a herd of sheep and goats and 4 lamas, that was it! Oversized playground would be the better term. 3 toilets for women (with empty soap dispensers) for over 1000 visitors also are an imposition.
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  • Perfect for any kind of weather. There is a huge closed playground as well.
  • Great option for a rainy day, indoor area is 5 stars outside is average, still quite nice
  • In summary, there are better alternatives in the Munich area. The indoor playground is nice, the outside part certainly lacks a few highlights, given the quite pricey fees.
  • We usually skip the animals and only go to the big indoor playhouse. Make sure to bring indoor shoes for the whole family, especially in the winter!
  • Not cheap, but nice. - Great fun for the kids.