Forest Railway of Muskau

Nostalgic trip from park to park

With a gauge of only 600mm, the forest railway connects different destinations in the Muskau heathland. More than a hundred years ago built as a rail for the sole transport of industrial goods, it is today one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Lusatian region.

During hiking season, trains run every weekend from rail station Weißwasser-Teichenstraße to the neighbouring community of Kromlau, which is 4km away and famous for the biggest rhododendron- and azalea park of Germany. But there are as well various trekking trails, a bathing lake, a mini golf facility, or an adventure playground near Kromlau's rail station attract numerous visitors. Additional trains carry guests from Weißwasser the 7km-long way to the cure and park city Bad Muskau. Embedded into the world famous Fürst-Pückler-Park you can experience the flair of this idyllic town in the Neiße valley with its various touristic destinations.

Discover the beauty of the scenery with the Waldeisenbahn.