The exhibition "Gnarled oaks, brightly coloured woodpeckers and the thrilling history and tales of the forest" ...are what you will experience in the exhibition at the National Park Gate in Gemünd. The emphasis is on the oak forests adjacent to the National Park Gate, and their special flora and fauna. A walk-in old charcoal kiln brings one historical use of the forest to life. You will get an initial impression of the area around the Gate from the Kreuzberg Eifel viewing point. Standard facilities at the National Park Gate in Gemünd - Tourist Information Centre - Exhibition on "Gnarled oaks, brightly coloured woodpeckers and the thrilling history and tales of the forest" - A digital model of the area - National Park films Barrier-free accessibility - Easily accessible, without steps, and can be experienced by everyone (just one section of the environmental education programme for children is separated off by three steps) - Fully accessible toilet facilities - Films are partially subtitled and translated into (German) sign language - The Eifel National Park Administration is happy to organise tours through the exhibition in (German) sign language. Free guided tours taking you into the forests of the Kermeter hills Every Saturday at 11 a.m.: Gemünd ranger rendezvous Admission is free!