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Visitors can enjoy an impressive sight every year in spring from April to May, when the approximately 300 fruit trees bloom. However, a short “tour” to the fruit farm for walkers on Lichtentaler Allee is worthwhile at any given time. A special highlight on the grounds of the orchard is a historic fruit barn from the 1930s, where the annual apple blossom festival takes place and where visitors can treat themselves with a variety of home cooking specialties.
Hikers are given the opportunity from the Lichtentaler Allee to reach the forests of Baden-Baden via a typical cultural landscape and even further to the Panorama Trail (Panoramaweg) and the Geroldsauer Mühle.
In 2017, an innovative and future-oriented project was launched on the grounds of the Leisberg fruit farm in cooperation with the city of Baden-Baden and the Unterbeuern community. By offering tree sponsorships, interested parties can take an active part in the design and development of nature. A tree sponsorship includes the signage of the tree with the name of the sponsor and the registration number, the use of the yield and the tree care.
You can reach the "Leisberg" either by bus or on foot (coming from Lichtentaler Allee)
There is no parking direktly at the farm but parking alongside Lichtentaler Hauptstraße is free of charge.