Trautmann Gardens and Arboretum




A small hidden paradise has developed over a period of three decades on the five-hectare site of the former Kirchmannshof. Visitors are invited to enjoy the special horticultural experience offered by a wide variety of themed gardens, century-old beeches, oaks, chestnuts and ash trees, various shrubs - some of which are up to fifty years old, a charming rhododendron valley and a biotope complete with springs, pond and marshy meadows.

The park reveals new views, colours and moods every season: a charming winter landscape; magnolia blossom in April; flowering rhododendrons and azaleas in May; unusual herbaceous perennials in June; hydrangea blossom in August; and the colours of both exotic and native trees and shrubs in autumn.