The Safariland at Stukenbrock

Short facts

  • Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock
  • Theme park/Freizeitpark

Wildlife Up Close, Fun, Shows and Action for the Whole Family

The Safariland at Stukenbrock offers plenty of adventures within its 65 hectare site, at the foot of the Teutoburg Forest.

The Safariland at Stukenbrock has significantly expanded its attractions since 2019. The safari area where visitors can experience wild animals safely at close range and the amusement park with over 30 rides and attractions, are still firm favourites, but new additions include an adventure resort for overnight stays in high-quality, air-conditioned safari lodges or safari tent lodges, plus "Kattas Welt" – an extensive indoor play park

More than 600 animals, including white tigers and lions, giraffes and zebras live at Safariland. Visitors can drive through the safari area in their own car or use the safari bus to observe these beautiful creatures in the wild.

Safariland offers a safari tour in the wildlife zoo and amusement park in one go. The numerous rides such as Europe's highest wild water course, the legendary Ladybird Railway, the water landscape for children and a climbing park above the cheetah enclosure are part of the wide-ranging family program. The new indoor jungle playground "Kattas Welt" provides covered space for playing, jumping, climbing and sliding - even in rainy weather.

A visit to the Safariland at Stukenbrock is a unique experience for the whole family.

On the map

Safariland Stukenbrock

Mittweg 16

33758 Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock


Phone: +49 5207 952410

Fax: +49 5207 952426

General information

Season 2022:
02 April to 01 November, daily 10:00 to 18:00 (except closing days).
Box office closing time: 16:00
  • for Groups
  • for Class
  • for familys
  • Pet allowed
  • for Children of all Ages
Other Furnishing/Equipment
  • Toilet
  • Handicapped accessible WC
  • Barrier-free access
Price info

Children (under 3 years): free admission

Children (3-12 years): 25,50€

Adults: 29,50€


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