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Freizeitpark Lochmühle, Bild: Reisemagazin Online

A guest at the Lochmühle amusement park

If you live within or near the Rhine-Main area and are looking for a loving amusement park for your toddlers, you are in good hands at the Lochmühle amusement park in Wehrheim / Taunus. Formerly a grain mill – now a popular day trip destination in the Taunus for over 40 years.

The attractions at the Lochmühle amusement park

Playground Lochmühle
Playground, Image: Lochmühle Amusement Park

The offer of the Lochmühle amusement park is primarily aimed at toddlers between 4 and 10 years of age. If you expect spectacular roller coasters or virtual reality worlds, you are certainly in the wrong place here.

In return, the visitor gets a whole range of attractions that make the offspring happy. The tour of the park begins quietly and relaxed with a visit to the animal nursery, a hatchery with many small chicks.

Right next door, you can get a first overview of the park in the Taunus Tower. After all, here you pull yourself up in a two-seater seat with a rope and then let yourself “fall”. This creates a slight feeling of free fall.

A mushroom and a chain carousel are offered alternately for the little ones. On the aerial tramway, there is also the first “adrenaline kick” for the older park visitors. However, this driving device is very popular, but the waiting times are limited to up to about 10 minutes.

Then you pedal and take the helicopter train into the air and over large parts of the park.

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Tractor track in the Lochmühle, Picture: Freizeitpark Lochmühle

After getting off, you can already hear the exuberant atmosphere on the 16 spacious trampoline fields nearby. For all visitors who need a first refreshment after pedaling and trampoline session, a small self-service restaurant is available directly above the trampoline fields.

After the refreshment, a small dream comes true for many children. For a small surcharge of two euros, the amusement park offers pony rides. An adult accompanies his child on a ten-minute circular route. If you are not quite comfortable riding a living being, you can also use the electric donkey or let off steam on the giant jumping cushion.

Two spacious playgrounds invite you to climb, slide and romp in the sand. In this part of the park, the highlights of the park are also waiting for you.

Giant slide Lochmühle
Giant slide, Image: Lochmühle Amusement Park

Giant slide

Armed with a slide bag, young and old can indulge in sliding fun on six lanes at the same time


Overhead ride for up to two people

Schinderhannes swing

Electric boat swing. The longer you pull on the rope, the higher the swing. A real highlight

Squirrel Train
Squirrel Railway, Image: Lochmühle Amusement Park

Squirrel Train

There is a bit of a roller coaster feeling here. Unfortunately, the travel time is quite short with two laps on the almost 130m long track.

Robinson Wave Ride

At high speed, you first go forward for a few laps and then a few laps backwards through the wave-shaped round

Water bob

Also known as Nautic Jet. An interplay of acceleration, free flight and water fun

If you prefer something a little quieter, you can visit the park with the Polo Express, feed the animals in the petting zoo and get to know food grown with the tractor railway.

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Catering in the Lochmühle

In addition to some self-service restaurants, the park provides a large number of barbecue huts and barbecue areas by appointment. For food you have brought with you, you can sit in the cozy, numerous pavilions.

Entrance fees & opening hours Lochmühle amusement park

Opening hours

Due to Corona, expected from 27 March to 24 October 2021
Open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (also on public holidays)
Ticket office closes and last admission at 4.30 p.m.
Running from 10.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

(Due to weather conditions and the number of visitors, the offer and opening hours are subject to change


Visitors under 100 cm (height measurement with shoes): free admission
(Attention: due to the new sizes, the former intermediate size for children has been omitted)

Visitors from 100 cm (children & adults): € 17.00
Visitors from 65 years: € 14.00
Disabled persons from GdB 70 (on presentation of official Licence number): € 14.00
Accompanying person (entered in the ID): € 14.00
Dogs (incl. dog toilet): € 1.00
Group tickets (from 20 pers.) (According to written letters. Register.) € 15.00 Corona conditional: see homepage!

Kindergartens and school classes on request due to Corona: see homepage)

Status: 2021