|| The Palace Gardens are made up
of three parts - The upper part, the middle part and the lower
part. The entire park stretches from the New Palace all the
way to Rosenstein Park.
Grassy areas to relax in, fountains, beer gardens, playgrounds,
places to barbeque - the park is just full of outdoor activities.
The Palace Gardens offer diverse scenery and many walking paths,
where people also ride bikes or roller blades from Bad Cannstatt
main train station in Stuttgart and back.
In the upper part of the park, one will find the New
Palace, the Große
Haus featuring theater, ballet and opera performances, a
rose garden and Ecken Lake.
The Café am See, a beer garden, a pavillion, the planetarium,
the Lusthaus ruins and the Palace Lake are all located in the
middle section of the park.
The lower part features a hand pump where water from the Schwefel
Fountain can be pumped out. There are a few small lakes
full of fish as well as the "Berger Sprudler". The mineral baths
Leuze and Berg
are situated on the southeast side of the lower section of the
This is also the start of Rosenstein Park, which is located
near Wilhelma, Stuttgart's zoo and botanical garden.
The middle part of the Palace Garden can reached by
walking out the South end of the main train station.