Specific trees are presented on 17 panels with information ranging from their symbolism to healing properties, along with poems and quotes.
There is a chest of drawers in the children’s chalet and in each drawer you can find interesting facts and information: perhaps on magical and mystical aspects or maybe from poetry or fairy tales. It’s amazing how many fairy tales, legends, poems and stories there are on the subject of trees!
We would like to thank the Oberhofen Castle association who sponsored the chest of drawers in the children’s chalet and those who “adopted” a tree:
Albert Elisabeth, Oberhofen; art galerie oberhofen; Fankhauser Christina, Oberhofen; Hagenbuch Hans, Arlesheim; Luginbühl Werner, Krattigen; Meier Urs F. und Halder Heiner, Lenzburg; Winiger-Ritschard Urs und Marian, Waldstatt; Hofer Alice und Polo, Oberhofen
1st April – 27th May: 9 am – 8 pm
28th May – 30th July: 9 am – 9 pm
31st July – 17th September: 9 am – 8 pm
18th September – 28th Oct: 9 am – 7 pm
29th October – 17th December: 9 am – 5 pm
Free access to the park
Dogs are not allowed in the castle or the park, but are welcome in the restaurant.