Nationalpark-Tor Rurberg


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"Arteries of Nature" the main theme of the exhibition at the National Park Gate in Rurberg. Guests follow animal tracks through the fascinating natural and cultural history of the Eifel, or experience rivers, streams, ponds and lakes from the perspective of a kite. Fascinating insights are given into the lives of crayfish, freshwater pearl mussels and beavers, underlining the importance of national parks. Standard facilities at the National Park Gate in Rurberg - Tourist Information Centre - Exhibition on "Arteries of Nature" - A digital model of the area - National Park films Barrier-free accessibility - Easily accessible, without steps, and can be experienced by everyone - 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.: Rurberg ranger rendezvous Admission is free!

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  • From January 1st to December 31st

    April to October: 10am - 1pm and 1:30pm - 6pm November to March: 10am - 1pm and 1:30pm - 4pm 1st/2nd Christmas Day and New Year closed

Nationalpark-Tor Rurberg

Seeufer 3
52152 Simmerath-Rurberg
Phone: (0049) 2473 9377 0
Fax: (0049) 2473 9377 20

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