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All-inclusive HarzCard

Alone, as a pair, with the family or with friends – be exited from the unmatched wealth of experiences of the Harz and discover the magical moutainside with the HarzCard.

The HarzCard offers you free entry in over 100 facilities of the region.
Regardless of whether you want to have fun with the family or you want to walk on a time journey on the traces of the cultural heritage; With the HarzCard the whole wealth of the region can be experienced at its best.

The HarzCard is available in two different editions:

The 48 hours-HarzCard count from the first using 48 hours.
The 4 days-HarzCard count for 4 freely selectable days within one calendar year. Please notice that this card always counts by the day (not four times 24 hours).

The Kid-HarzCard applies for children from 5 to 14 years.
Children up to 4 years get the Bambino-HarzCard in combination with at least one adult-card for free.

The card is available in many tourist information centres and partner facilities.
You also can order the HarzCard directly at the Harz Mountains Tourist Board (Phone 0049 [0]5321 34040) and online on www.harzcard.info.
Here you get detailed information about the HarzCard, the partner facilities and further tips for the planning of your Harz journey too.

The HarzCard-Offering:

Free entry in

  • castles, palaces and monasteries
  • museums and exhibitions
  • caves, exhibition mines and mining museums
  • gardens, parks and zoos
  • thermal-, amusement- and adventure baths
  • many more active- and leisure facilities

Free journey

  • with the “Harzer Schmalspurbahn” (steam driven narrow gauge railway) on the Brocken (single ride, only with the 4 days-HarzCard)
  • with ropeways and one chairlift
  • at city tours

Further benefits like

  • guided tours
  • childcare
  • mountain bike hiring
  • theatre- and concert tickets

At the purchase from a HarzCard you get the official HarzCard-travel guide with detailed information of all partner facilities for free.

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