Around Aying

There is lots to discover around Aying for both culture enthusiasts and families. As well as a lovely walk to the Grotte, a little chapel, in Kleinkarolinenfeld or a walk around our idyllic village, Aying is also the ideal starting point for excursions with the entire family.

We have compiled a small selection here for you.

BERGTIERPARK BLINDHAM

An idyll for nature lovers and animal lovers alike is the BergTierPark Blindham – with a view over the exquisite Alpine panorama and just 10 minutes by car from Aying. Domestic wild animals and animals threatened with extinction live here in the generous near-nature park. A 2.2 kilometer circular walk leads through pastures and forests, to animal enclosures and past biotopes and allows both young and old to rediscover and grasp nature. You can witness up close how animals follow their routines and find out more about their typical behavior. Great adventure playgrounds with a giant swing, trampoline and indoor play barn will set children’s hearts racing. An excursion to the BergTierPark is an experience for the whole family and is worth it at any time of year.

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BAVARIAN CAMELS

Just a few kilometres away is the idyllic Mangfall valley (Mangfalltal). Discover the beautiful valley by following the wood and meadow paths, and find out all you ever wanted to know about the ships of the desert and the world they live in.
The gentle swaying of the friendly animals as they walk is a very special experience.

During the 90-minute camel ride, the small caravan meanders through the beautiful nature of the Mangfall valley.

The tours take place throughout the year - appointments are made on an individual basis.

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ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM / SALUS AUWALD BIOTOPE IN BRUCKMÜHL

At the very start of the Salus Auwald Biotope, between the Mangfall River and the Mangfall Canal, you will find the Zoological Museum. Founded by Otto Greither, it houses the collection of Adolf Peschke on 100 sq. meters of exhibition space. The photographer and bird watcher Adolf Peschke prepared countless animals during decades of work. A visit to the Zoological Museum ties in with the lowland forest and provides a clear picture of the birds and animals of the lowland forest.

The lowland forest (Auwald biotope) and the Zoological Museum complement each other perfectly here and allow visitors to experience a piece of nature in complete harmony. In a close-to-nature setting, you can view German fauna here.

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ORGELMUSEUM VALLEY

A visit to the Kultur- und Orgelmuseum Altes Schloß Valley (Cultural and Organ Museum) is not just a special experience for fans of organ music. In the private organ museum, there is a unique portfolio of about 60 old and historical organs of all sizes. As well as the historic premises, the sound of the instruments presented by musician and art historian Dr. Sixtus Lampl as part of his tours is also a fascinating feature. First-class art appreciation is also promised by the concerts in Zollingerhalle, which belongs to the museum. Unique, incomparable acoustics prevail here due to the unique roof construction – a wooden vault which is considered a technical monument.

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