Thomas & I visited the Felsenlabyrinth Luisenberg in Wundsiedel. I had a stirring desire to purposely get lost. Peeking out from every corner of the woods were towering stones wrapped with lush, green moss growing as if it were intricately placed upon the stone. Along our journey through the labyrinth we could hear the opera singers voices from the theater drifting through the woods making the exploration furthermore magical in every way. It was almost heartbreaking how beautiful the paths were. I felt like I could spend forever exploring the labyrinth with no care at all. There were red and blue arrows that pointed us in the direction to go further into the labyrinth and arrows to exit. If you go and you get lost just look for stairs made of rocks. You are bound to run into someone eventually.
Price: Family ticket: 9 €, Adult: 4 €, Groups: 3 €, Children: 1,50 €
Parking: 2 euro- You pay someone that is standing out there & you are given a ticket.
Open Times: End of March to mid November, daily from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. During the Festival (June-August) open until 7 p.m. / Tours with the geopark ranger are available every Wednesday and Sunday or by prior arrangement
Average Time: It takes about 2 hours but if you are fast paced can take 1 and if you are slow could take 3.
Restrooms on Site: YES (near parking & the entrance)
Dog Friendly: YES (May be tough with certain dogs because of stairs & tight places.)
Stroller Friendly: NO (Stairs & tight places prevent strollers)
Kid Friendly: For kids who like the outdoors. I would say 6 and above because you do a lot of walking & have to crawl through tight spaces.
Dude Friendly: YES, if you like being outdoors.
Lady Friendly: YES, if you like romantic walks & being outdoors.
Favorite Part: The gazebo
The one we used was the following:
Luisenberg 3 Wunsiedel, Germany 95632
It is not the correct address though. The one they provided does not exist in the GPS. We followed the signs once we got on Luisenberg road and you will see all of the parking.