Pack your day with rides, whether you go for rides like the adrenaline-pumping Anubis Free Fall Tower and the bigFM Expedition GeForce roller coaster, or opt for milder ones, such as the Bee Whirl and Antique Merry Go Round. To maximize your time at Holiday Park, opt for an Express pass that grants skip-the-line access to the busiest attractions.
Things to Know Before You Go
Holiday Park is a must-visit attraction for families with kids.
The park is accessible to travelers in wheelchairs and strollers.
Children up to age 11 can enter the park for free three days before or after a birthday.
Admission tickets are categorized according to the height of the visitors, due to restrictions on certain rides.
Find restrooms, gift shops, restaurants, food kiosks, and free Wi-Fi at Holiday Park.
How to Get There
Holiday Park is about 85 miles (136 kilometers) from Stuttgart for about a 1.5 hour-drive via A81 and A6, and about 72 miles (116 kilometers) from Frankfurt for about a 1.25-hour drive via A67.
When to Get There
The park generally opens from mid-morning to early evening; however, operating times vary by season. In winter, the park may have reduced hours with only select areas open. Visit at Halloween in October to experience Fright Nights, watch the fireworks, and celebrate the spooky festival.
In winter, temperatures in Hassloch can plummet, but it's possible to extend the fun into the cold-weather months. Holiday Park's winter offering, Holiday Indoor provides a comfortable indoor experience from December to February. Highlights include a ball pit, a giant slide, and even an indoor rollercoaster.