17.03. - 23.04.2023
While the world was still immersed in a dreary grey in winter, the veil lifts in spring and out comes a miracle of nature: tiny buds unfurl into an amazing display of blossoms. The first rays of sunshine tickling the nose and the fresh scent of flowers flooding the airways are an effective wake-up call for the spirits - the season is beginning! In the Blühende Barock, the awakening of over 350,000 early bloomers is celebrated with a colourful festival.
Tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and forget-me-nots adorn the entire park in lovingly laid-out beds or as elaborate flower arrangements. However, there is much more to discover: artistic messengers of spring made of natural materials such as wood, straw and flowers attract attention.
Spring customs from different cultures are presented, such as the Japanese hanami or a figure decorated with citrus fruits as in Menton, France - and of course Easter is also part of it! The Easter Bunny has come up with all sorts of things: There is an impressive Easter egg avenue, which visitors can participate in by donating an Easter egg they have painted themselves to the exhibition. Children can also let off steam in the covered straw castle or on the egg race course.
During the Easter holidays, visitors young and old can test their dexterity at the egg run course from 6 to 9 April and on 15/16 April. Anyone who would like to paint Easter eggs can donate the resulting unique piece for the exhibition or, of course, take it home.