The Invalidenpark was created in the 1990s on the fallow land of a park and church destroyed during World War II.

Today the park consists of a meadow and a very shallow water basin. A large walk-in sculpture protrudes from its centre and its higher end forms a kind of waterfall.

The old trees at the northern end of the park could be preserved so that there are also shady areas for a summer picnic.

There is also a playground directly behind the trees which is particularly interesting for young acrobats.

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free admission

open all year round, all day

barrier-free access; no turning option for wheelchairs on the sculpture

Tram and bus stop “Invalidenpark” directly at the park

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