Plan your visit to the Natur Park Südgelände! Here you will find information on opening hours, entrance fees, directions and entrances as well as accessibility.
The administration of the Natur Park Südgelände is located in the Brückenmeisterei on the first floor on the left. Here you can get brochures, information and annual passes on weekdays between 9 am and 4 pm.
Park regulations for visiting the Natur Park Südgelände
Large parts of the Natur Park Südgelände are landscape and nature conservation areas and may not be entered. We therefore ask all visitors to stay on the circular paths. Bicycles and animals of any kind are prohibited!
November till February
daily 09:00 to 16:00
March and October
daily 09:00 to 18:00
April and September
daily 09:00 to 20:00
May until August
daily 09:00 to 21:00
*Exceptions for evening events
Directions & entrances
S-Bahn station Priesterweg (southern exit) S2, S25; Bus 170, X 76, 246
Main access directly at S-Bahn station Priesterweg (southern exit) S2, S25; Bus 170, X76, M76, 246
Pedestrian bridge over the S-Bahn tracks from Hans-Baluschek-Park
Prellerweg (between the railway bridges)
We recommend arriving by public transport and bicycle. Limited parking spaces for car drivers are available at the P&R at Priesterweg station.
Day tickets adults: 1,00 € (except: special events)
Children under 14 years: free admission (except: special events)
Annual ticket: free admission (except: special events)
Ticket machines are available at the entrances. Please note: Only cash payment possible.
The Natur Park Südgelände has two circuits that are accessible to the disabled. On the "small circuit" of about 1 kilometre in length, relics from the railway era can be seen, such as the water tower, the old turntable or an original steam locomotive. The "large circuit" is 2.7 kilometres long and leads through the nature reserve. It connects the dry grasslands of the central clearing with the robinia forest and the valley path. The trail map indicates which sections of the trail are not accessible by wheelchair.
Reisen für Alle
In September 2020, twelve inclusive exhibition elements were added to the open-air exhibition "Trailblazing Nature" so that the information is now accessible to blind and visually impaired visitors. The tactile objects are accompanied by texts in black and Braille. In addition, there is a lot of information to listen to and videos in sign language.
In June 2021, the Natur Park Südgelände was audited for accessibility for the first time by "Reisen für Alle" and received certification until May 2024.