For all members and their families (including pets!)
Sunday, April 22nd at 13:00
Meeting point: Bärenschlössle im Rotwildpark, Mahdentalstraße 14, 70569 Stuttgart
Nearest station: Most easily reached by car, but you can take the 92 bus from Üniversität and then walk
Hosts: Alex & George Elwin
Come join us for a family-friendly outdoor event where we will explore the area around the Bärenschlößle, a former baronial hunting lodge which has now been lovingly restored into a cosy restaurant on two levels, serving Flammkuchen and other German favorites.
In order to secure a sufficient supply of drinking water for the people of Stuttgart, Duke Christoph had a dam built in 1566 which created the Pfaffensee and then later the Bärensee and Neue See. This area is now a wonderful place to explore at any time of the year with its picnic and grill areas and countless walks.
Alex and George will have several options on offer with activities available for those with children and two different lengths of walks for those who want to exercise their dogs or themselves.
Afterwards we will all meet back at the Bärenschlößle for coffee and cake/ice cream inside or out, depending on weather. You can even bring a picnic if you are feeling hardy and the weather isn’t terrible. It may well still be chilly out – often it snows in April in Stuttgart!
For questions or to RSVP, please visit the pending event in our members Facebook group or use the contact form below if you don’t have Facebook.