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A tip from “Bergerl”: “Come and take part in our offers
for individual visitors, as well as groups!”
Sponsors
We‘d like to thank:
Freilassing
Traunstein
VIENNA
MUNICH
B 20
B 306
Hiking programmes for
individual visitors
Take advantage of the opportunity of
discovering the best that the National
Park has to offer in the company of an
expert ranger. The hiking programmes
are free of charge and do not require a
reservation (tours in German only).
Dates and themes can be found at
www.haus-der-berge.bayern.de
or call: +49 8652 979060-0.
VI
Bad
Reichenhall
www.haus-der-berge.bayern.de
Herausgeber: Nationalparkverwaltung Berchtesgaden
Doktorberg 6, 83471 Berchtesgaden
Internet: E-Mail:
Druck:
Bildnachweis:
www.nationalpark-berchtesgaden.bayern.de
[email protected]
Berchtesgadener Anzeiger Druckerei
Nationalparkverwaltung Berchtesgaden,
Haus der Berge und Außenansicht (Innenteil):
ATELIER BRÜCKNER / Michael Jungblut
Juli 2015
Stand: © Nationalparkverwaltung Berchtesgaden, alle Rechte vorbehalten
Gedruckt auf Papier aus 100 % Altpapier
Our Interactive Educational Events allow you to discover the National Park in an interactive, fun way with the use of all five senses. We
have put together exciting programmes especially for young visitors
such as “forest detective”, “experiencing wilderness” or “a journey
into the wonderful world of the senses”.
“The water’s course”, “rocky habitat” or “following the marmot’s
tracks” are all themes that combine learning with observing plants
and animals, as well as with impressive experiences in nature.
Whatever your interests, you will find just the right type of specialised tour with us!
Our offers for adult and school groups are free of charge.
Reservations are required!
Booking
Diese Druckschrift wird kostenlos im Rahmen der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit der Bayerischen Staatsregierung herausgegeben. Sie darf weder von den Parteien noch von
Wahlwerbern oder Wahlhelfern im Zeitraum von fünf Monaten vor einer Wahl zum Zweck der Wahlwerbung verwendet werden. Dies gilt für Landtags-, Bundestags-,
Kommunal- und Europawahlen. Missbräuchlich ist während dieser Zeit insbesondere die Verteilung auf Wahlveranstaltungen, an Informationsständen der Parteien
sowie das Einlegen, Aufdrucken und Aufkleben parteipolitischer Informationen oder Werbemittel. Untersagt ist gleichfalls die Weitergabe an Dritte zum Zweck der
Wahlwerbung. Auch ohne zeitlichen Bezug zu einer bevorstehenden Wahl darf die Druckschrift nicht in einer Weise verwendet werden, die als Parteinahme der
Staatsregierung zugunsten einzelner politischer Gruppen verstanden werden könnte. Den Parteien ist es gestattet, die Druckschrift zur Unterrichtung ihrer eigenen
Mitglieder zu verwenden. Bei publizistischer Verwertung – auch von Teilen – wird die Angabe der Quelle und Übersendung eines Belegexemplars erbeten. Das Werk
ist urheberrechtlich geschützt. Alle Rechte sind vorbehalten. Die Broschüre wird kostenlos abgegeben, jede entgeltliche Weitergabe ist untersagt. Diese Broschüre
wurde mit großer Sorgfalt zusammengestellt. Eine Gewähr für die Richtigkeit und Vollständigkeit kann dennoch nicht übernommen werden. Für die Inhalte fremder
Internetangebote sind wir nicht verantwortlich.
BAYERN
DIREKT
www.bayern.de Tel. 089 12 22 20
BAYERN | DIREKT ist Ihr direkter Draht zur Bayerischen Staatsregierung.
Unter Tel.: +49 89 122220 oder per E-Mail unter [email protected] erhalten Sie Informationsmaterial und Broschüren,
Auskunft zu aktuellen Themen und Internetquellen sowie Hinweise zu Behörden, zuständigen Stellen und Ansprech­partnern bei der Bayerischen Staatsregierung.
Group programmes starting at ten participants can be booked online.
Details on our offers, as well as suggestions about the best ways of
combining a visit to the exhibits at “Haus der Berge” and an excursion into the Park and / or an educational programme can be found at
www.haus-der-berge.bayern.de.
Booking and information: [email protected]
or call: +49 8652 9686-126.
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Nationalparkverwaltung
Berchtesgaden
Marktschellenberg
B 21
B 305
B 20
Schneizlreuth
B 305
B 305
Bischofswiesen
B 305
Ramsau
LOFER
Berchtesgaden
Schönau am
Königssee
Lake Hintersee
Mt Hochkalter
Lake
Königssee
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The Educational Centre’s Events at “Haus der Berge” allow you to
take a look behind the scenes of the National Park’s four main habitats.
Diverse programmes such as the “meadow workshop” or “nature tastes delicious”, among others, complement a visit to the exhibition
or supplement an excursion into the National Park.
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Mt Watzmann
Educational Programmes
for Groups and Pupils
Location
Salzburg
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Admission fees
for the
“Vertikale Wildni
s” Exhibition
Infants (up to 5
yrs.)
free
Kids (6 – 16 yrs.)
2,00 €
Adults 4,00 €
Families 10,00 €
School groups
free
Reduced rates fo
r handicapped
with a permit, holde
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Guest Card (Berch
tesgadener
Land region), Ehre
namstskarte
and of the Freizeit
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Means of Access
Parking lot opposite the centre (paid parking) or in Berchtes­gaden’s
town centre (5 – 10 min. walk). There is a bus stop in front of the
centre (RVO-Lines 811, 839, 841).
Accessibility for the Mobility Impaired
“Haus der Berge” can be experienced by all: this is the aim at our
new National Park Centre and this goal has been almost fully achieved in our building. We are constantly working on improving our
accessibility to all.
National Park Centre
Haus der Berge
Information
Opening Hours
Admission Fees
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The Educationa
Schoolchildren and other pre-booked groups can take a closer
look at the four main habitats found in the National Park. The
Centre’s modern structure with energy-efficient architecture and
an innovative interior design offers the very best conditions for
up-to-date programmes associated with environmental education.
The four teaching rooms offer the opportunity to complement the
educational experience of a visit to the exhibition or complete an
excursion into the National Park. Here one can learn with one’s
head, hands and heart while entering into the fascinating world of
Germany’s one and only Alpine National Park.
The Inform
ation Centre
The Outdoor Area
A place for experiencing and learning, the Outdoor Area completes
the centre’s three-part format along with the Information and
Educational Centres.
It comprises two parts: one that is open to all visitors and one
that is reserved for participants who have booked an event at the
Educational Centre. This includes the water, forest and meadow
themed areas, as well as a historic alpine pasture hut (“Lahner­
kaser“) built in 1848.
No visitor should miss the Bergarena (resembling an amphi­theatre),
the Alpinum with numerous alpine plants, and the panoramic path
with wonderful views towards the National Park, stretching from
Mt Hoher Göll to the Watzmann, Hochkalter and Reiteralm
mountains.
HANIELSTRAßE
Haus der Berge
Experiencing, Understanding and
Protecting Nature!
Welcome to “Haus der Berge” (house of the mountains), the
National Park Centre in Berchtes­gaden! Covering a space of
some 17,000 m² you can discover the centre’s three areas:
the Information Centre, the Educational
Centre and the Outdoor Area. A memorable experience
awaits individual visitors, families, tour groups, school
groups and all those with a spirit of adventure and the
wish to explore!
The Gateway to the Alpine National Park
“Haus der Berge” opened its doors in May 2013
and sees itself as the gateway into
Berchtesgaden National Park. Here
you can find important information
and useful tips in preparation for – or
as post-evaluation of – a visit to the
Park’s protected area. A stop at “Haus
der Berge” is the ideal introduction to an
excursion to the unique jewel of nature
that, incidentally, happens to be the only
Alpine National Park in Germany.
We look forward to your visit!
The “Vertikale Wildnis” exhibition (vertical wilderness) covers an area
of about 1,000 m² in a single hall. Along an ascending pathway, visitors learn about the entire spectrum of life found in Berchtesgaden’s
National Park.
The journey begins at the bottom of Lake Königssee and leads on
through the natural habitats of water, forest, mountain pasture, rocky
terrain and all the way up to the peaks of the Berchtesgaden Alps. In
the rocky terrain habitat one can experience the exhibition’s highlight:
a nature film, lasting about 12 minutes, projected onto an 11m x 15m
screen covering the inside surface of a large mountain panoramic
window. No one visit resembles another: varying room impressions
constantly change according to the season and time of day, in addition to a variety of light and sound features, therefore making every
stroll through the exhibition unique.
The Information Centre also includes:
• A Cinema: showing a variety of films and slide shows.
• A Restaurant: “Spiesberger’s Alpenküche” serves food
and beverages daily from 9:00 – 18:00.
www.spiesberger-alpenkueche.de
• Special Exhibits: Special exhibits on various themes are shown in
the foyer on the upper level. On occasion, regional groups and associations present their work or profile here.
• A Library: This offers a collection of illustrated books and reference books about Berchtesgaden National Park, as well as on
other nature-related themes.
Car park
Bus stop
st
Outdoor Area
Entrance
Information Centre
Entrance
Educational Centre
GMUNDBERG
The Four Learning Rooms at the Educational Centre
The water lab (“Wasserlabor”) is a place for visitors to carry out
research. Magnifying devices are available for young and old in order
to study aquatic invertebrates, carry out experiments with the way
water flows and much more.
The forest workshop (“Waldwerkstatt”) allows participants to use
their fantasy and creativity in working with natural materials such as
wood, clay, paper and wool.
The meadow kitchen (“Wiesenküche”) offers the chance to work with
freshly picked herbs, make milk products and to conjure up delicious
dishes from natural ingredients!
Visitors will be met with modern media at the rock panorama
(“Felsenblick”). Here, National Park photos and data can be
processed and presented thanks to laptops, GPS devices,
digi-cams and smartphones!
Visit us
in the
National
Park Cen
tre
»Haus de
r Berge«
!
Towards
the Town
Centre

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