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This is the oldest state stud farm in Germany. It was only 15 minutes drive from where we were staying. The car park is 3 Euros but otherwise it's free to enter and walk around. Lot's of horses, as you would expect, and it's perfectly...More
In Germany most stores and attractions are closed on Sunday, but not this place. This place is perfect for a date, a nice easy walk with the family, children and a relaxing evening. Right now there are so many ponies just days old, and they...More
The oldest one of the German Stud Farms (502 years!) run bei the state. You can walk through the very clean stables and watch the famous thoroghbreds. You´ll find explanations and merchandise at the visitor center. Great place not only for enthusiasts but also for...More
We were in the area and stop by for an unplanned visit.
I had never heard of this place. Holy cow! What a rich history!
This is so beautiful and huge. There is so much to see including many horses to view.
Wow! I have...More
We had a horse drawn carriage ride in the countryside. It helped that the weather was good. It was like going back In Time. We had a 90 minute ride through the forest. It was a nice change from driving around.
Spent a day with friends while visiting Germany on Business, they took me to the Marbach, we were able to get close to a lot of really beautiful horses and watch them running and playing in the pastures. I guess certain times of the year...More
We visit quite frequently when driving past as the idyllic Grosse Lauter River Valley with one of Germany's highest concentration of castles is our favorite drive in Germany. The stables are world famous and you can visit the magnificent stallions in their stalls for close...More