Visitor information Rosengarten

Opening hours Rosengarten


(April) 09:00 h to 18:00 h

(May) 09:00 h to 19:00 h
(June, July, August) 09:00 h to 20:00 h
(September) 09:00 h 19:00 h

Montag: 11:00 bis 16:00 
Dienstag bis Freitag: 9:00 bis 16:00 
Samstag, Sonntag und Feiertage: 10:00 bis 16:00


Ticket Prices

4,50 €

Adults with reduction
2,50 € (Pupils, students, disabled people, each with ID)

Children and adolescents
1,50 € (6-17 years)

free (under 6 years)

After work / sunset ticket
2,00 € (each day from 5.30 p.m.)

Family ticket 
12,00 € (2 adults and 2 or more children)

Groups of 20 
3,50 € (Price per person)

Guided Tours (recommendation: max. 20-25 participants) 
60,00 €     (Fee per tour plus the regular ticket price)

Annual Tickets
Family ticket: 39,00 €
Single ticket: 26,00 €
Adults with reduction: 15,00 € (Pupils, Students and disabled people, each with IDs)

Dogs on a short leash are always welcome. Dog waste bags are available at the ticket office for free.

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For some events applies a separate ticket price (eg. Rosentage; see announcements).


Horticultural Director

Heiko Hübscher
Rosengartenstraße 50
66482 Zweibrücken
Phone: +49 (0) 63 32 / 92 12 - 60 0
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Rosengarten - cashpoint

Rosengartenstraße 50
66482 Zweibrücken
Telefon: +49 (0) 63 32 / 92 12 – 61 1
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Information office / annual tickets

Daniel von Gyldenfeldt
Oselbachstraße 60
66482 Zweibrücken
Phone: +49 (0) 63 32 / 92 12 - 30 2
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for children

Children's Playground

The Rose Garden in Zweibrücken offers fun and entertainment even to its youngest visitors. The 2013 newly designed playground is located in the rear part of the garden.

Directly within sight of the large picnic area and the beer garden, the kids may let of steam to their hearts' content. Meanwhile, the parents can enjoy a cold drink, relax over a game of chess on the giant chess field or they can lean back while having a snack on the picnic area. Nevertheless, the parents can always keep an eye on their children, because the playground is only a stone's throw away.

Futhermore, all children under 12 may participate at the "Rose Garden Rallye" (At the ticket office, children may get a plan of the Rose Garden with a number of hidden places to locate). At the ticket office are also some hand carts, which can be borrowd for free (against pledged items) for the transport to the picnic area or the journey around the garden.


Rose garden rally

At the ticket office, children can get a sheet of paper with a number of photos of hidden places, which they can locate. These will become apparent via searching while walking through the garden. Every child under 12 years may participate. Among the little explorers will be raffled prices at the end of the year.



Free wedding ceremony

Are you looking for a romantic ambience for your wedding? The Zweibrücker Rosengarten with its almost 50,000 roses offers a perfect environment for the most beautiful day in life. Here you can tailor your wedding ceremony individually.

Please contact us:
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Tel.: +49 (0) 63 32 / 92 12 - 3 02


Wedding ceremony


In the rose garden is a branch office of the registry office of the city Zweibrücken. From May to September you have the opportunity to get married on three Saturdays a month and four Wednesday afternoons a year by the registrar.

The exact dates and the applicable fees can be obtained from the registry office (Tel. 06332 / 871-377). The wedding takes place in a wedding room in the romantic ambience of the rose garden.

After the wedding the couple can stay in the rose garden and take some romantic photgraphs.


Rose / Dahlia election

„Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? “

- From May to July – during the time, when the roses are in full bloom – all visitors may participate in the election of the “rose of the year”. The winning rose will cover the next annual ticket.

And when the rose blossom is nearing its end, the time has come to pay tribute to the “Queen of Autumn”. But which dahlia is the most beautiful? As equivalent to the rose election, all visitors of the garden can also participate in the election of the most beautiful dahlia (September/October).

Of course, there’s something to be won. Among all participants will be raffled attractive prizes.
Participation cards are available at the ticket office.


Qi Gong - Chinese movement and relaxation

for experts and beginners

During the period from april to october every Sunday morning from 10:00 to 11:00 o’clock.

Info: on 08/23/2020 the course will not take place!

Anyone can participate free of charge and without prior notice.

Our tip: owners of an annual ticket may enter the garden all year round and participate in the course while saving a lot of money.


History rosengarten


The Rose Garden Zweibrücken was ceremonially opened on 20 June 1914 on the initiative of the Verein Pfälzischer Rosenfreunde, which has been founded two years ago. The idea was -according to the spirit of the time–  to build a permanent rose exhibition, which should always include the most current varieties of German and international rose breeders.  

Since the Rose Garden in Zweibrücken still keeps this target and also wants to  do this in the future, it is the oldest German garden of rose novelties. Among the many novelties bei ng presented, are today only healthy roses, which grow completely without chemistry and therefore  give people pleasure in a natural way.

Of course, there are numerous robust historic roses to complement the assortment wonderfully.   

Already in the opening year, there had blossomed more than 42.000 roses in the newly established so called Rosarium. In spite of the difficult circumstances of two world wars and the inflati on in the 1920s, the Rosarium couldn’t only be maintained but even extended.

In 1951, city garden inspector Oskar Scheerer took over as head of the Rosarium, which has now been under the protection of the City of Zweibrücken for financial reasons. Scheerer gave the garden  a new face, which is still visible in large parts. Henceforth, the Rosarium did no longer be a Rosarium in the classical sense, but a garden, in which the queen of flowers p resents herself with her court. At the same time, the garden should be a place of retreat and resting point in the heart of the city. 

In April 2011 the administration of the  Rose Garden went over from the City to the Umwelt- und Servicebetrieb Zweibrücken. The horticultural management was delegated to mast er gardener Heiko  Hübscher, who continues and extends the conceptions of Scheerer.

In 2014 the Rose Garden Zweibrücken could celebrate its terrific 100 th  Anniversary with more than 120,000 visitors. The garden is still not only a botanical collection and show of ideas for garden designs, but also the setting of many cultural events. The offering is di versified and ranges from Classic Open Air Concerts to picnics in the park and seminars by and  for rose lovers.