Günthersburgpark is large, set on a gently sloping hill, well kept, and has different areas for children, games, sunbathing and sports.
This 19th century park was once the former country estate of the Rothschild Family, who lived on the neighbouring grounds.
Today, the park is popular as a meeting place for families and friends.
The park has a beautiful variety of ancient trees, a meadow, a large fountain (open in summer from 10AM, a great way to chill the children out), some captivating statues (for example a very large bull), and paths, creating a widely appreciated space, cherished by both nature lovers and rollers skaters.
For children there is a play area, and in summer, the fountain to splash about in.
Refreshments can be found in the beer garden or café.
Park gates are locked after sunset.
Note: No dogs allowed, but on the northern edge of the park is an area for dogs.