Experience natural leisure and valuable sights in Brunn am Gebirge with the whole family!
Recreation areas such as the Wällischhof invite you to go for a walk. Or discover the many ponds right on Campus 21 and take a short break by the water. With 4.6 km of cycle path, cyclists don't miss out either. If you prefer to hike, you can use the surrounding vineyards. Speaking of wine, there is an educational wine trail with information boards on the Brunner Berg. And just stop and enjoy the view of Brunn. The marked running routes are also not to be neglected. From 1.7 to 8.1 km, the route for the morning run can be chosen at will.
In addition to giant trees, adventurous ruins and spacious meadows, this nature park offers an adventure playground with water and sand play areas. If you look closely, you can even spot free-roaming wild boars.
In the largest landscape garden in Austria you will find history and garden art in one place. The Franzensburg can also be found between monuments and garden areas, and a 10-minute walk from the main park entrance is a 6,000 m2 large playground with a play ship and play castle.
Easy to high and demanding courses in the Purkersdorf climbing park ensure climbing fun for young and old! Climbing, crawling and even flying on the Flying Fox is possible. ;-)
Located in the 476 m high Buchberg, the Allander stalactite cave is 70 m long and 12 m deep. Of all the caves in the Vienna Woods, this is where the most types of stalactite can be admired.
Outdoor pool during the day and open-air chill-out lounge with bar & restaurant area in the evening on 50,000 m². There is something for everyone here: chilling in the sun, doing sports or hanging out in the lounge area - there is a separate children's beach for children... so don't forget sand shovels ;-)
Campus 21 is only a few minutes' drive from Vienna, so a trip to the capital is particularly suitable. Whether it's a visit to the zoo, museum or rather a visit to the amusement park, Vienna offers an unforgettable program for every family member.