Clucking hens, grunting pigs and mooing cows in the middle of Lucerne! The open stable doors offer wonderful insights into everyday life on the farm. While the little ones watch the dwarf goats and mini pigs, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the farm's restaurant (open during the summer).
Immerse yourself in the world of amphibians in a disused quarry on the Sonnenberg. The miniature pond biotope beneath the Chrüzhöchi is home to alpine newts, grass frogs and even rare midwife toads (also known as bell toads on account of the sound of their call). Embark on a voyage of discovery.
The Lucerne Deer Park looks back on a centuries-old history. In the 17th and 18th centuries, state envoys and traders brought wild animals as gifts on their visits. Even today the park is home to some two dozen red deer. Muck, Nöggi, Mandy and their young look forward to your visit.