In the world forest near Freising

Sequoia trees and other exotic plants
Forester Stephan Huber leads a tour through the World Forest, a collection of trees from around the world.
24.09.2023, 15:00

Guided tours
Münchner Volkshochschule

A tour through the forests of North America, Asia and Europe, where the participants will not only marvel at redwoods, tulip trees or Lebanon cedars, but also discover many enchanted paths and places. On an area of 100 hectares a collection of trees from all over the world has been created in the Kranzberg Forest since 1987, the Bavarian State Arboretum with today already more than 300 species of trees and shrubs. The forester Stephan Huber lets experience the trees and explains why which trees grow where and how. The event takes place in all weathers.



Meeting point at the parking P1 (Weltwald-Waldkirche Oberberghausen): Staatsstr. Freising-Allershausen, after 2.7 km left (easy to reach by bike)

85354 Freising

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  • Gastronomic offer:

    Yes, drinks and food


Münchner Volkshochschule
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14,00 €

Course number Q315245

Advance booking:

Start: 01.02.23

Tel: 089. 4 80 06 62 39
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Further information

  • Event duration:

    15:00 – 18:00

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Starzenbachschlucht © Elisabeth Tratter


Münchner Volkshochschule

The Munich Volkshochschule (MVHS) is the largest adult education center in Germany and was founded at the end of the 19th century. Its program for the state capital of Munich and the municipality of Grünwald in the south of Munich includes around 18,000 courses, lectures, seminars, excursions, exhibitions and cultural events each year, with around 270,000 participants.