Triberg in the Black Forest is an attractive destination for school groups. The waterfall city offers colorful possibilities all around the year. Above all, there are Germany's highest waterfalls, which can be visited all around the year. In summer, various circular routes offer teachers and their students an interesting point of contact. In winter, the waterfall fascinates with bizarre snow and ice formations. To the Waterfall Triberg

With the valid waterfall admission ticket, the following other attractive leisure facilities can be visited at no extra cost:

  • Instagram-Museum "Triberg-Fantasy": Simply take beautiful photos and then, ideally, post them all over the world on Instagram. Visitors can look forward to great motifs, lively with lots of bright colors. And put a smile on your face! To Triberg-Fantasy
  • In the indoor leisure facility "Triberg-Land - With interactive model construction systems", model construction systems from the global company Faller from Gütenbach are shown on over 300 square meters of exhibition space. Visitors are not only invited to watch, but can trigger an interaction with the push on a button: For example, vehicles, trains or even cable cars start moving. Fun for the whole family. What is particularly impressive is the accurate reconstructionof the Triberg train station, where several trains are running at the same time. Also worth seeing is the "Triberg Christmas Magic" event with an original video documentation of the spectacular fire show at the waterfall. An eye-catcher is the "fairground", which comes up with great light effects. To Triberg-Land

In the Black Forest Museum Triberg, visitors get a general insight into life and work in earlier times in the Black Forest. The exhibition of Black Forest clocks, Black Forest costumes, wood carvings, straw weaving and other old handicrafts such as an original watchmaker's workshop is worth seeing.Particularly worth seeing are the self-playing music automatons and the original farmer's band, the impressive mine tunnel and many other special exhibitions on the topics of the Black Forest Railway and Carnival, and much more. Guided tours can be booked on request. To the Schwarzwaldmuseum

Between April and October, school classes can marvel at breathtaking flight demonstrations in the new "Bird of prey and owl park" (Greifvogel- und Eulenpark) Various birds of prey and owls can be seen up close.

On the Black Forest Railway Adventure Trail, teachers and their school classes hike the history of the construction and ongoing operation of the Black Forest Railway. The route begins at the train station in Triberg. The path always leads along the Black Forest Railway with special viewpoints and a "mini skywalk". You should plan around 2.5 hours for this. This hiking trail leads past the world's largest cuckoo clock, which can be visited both inside and outside.

Various picnic areas such as at the entrance to the Triberg waterfalls or a beautiful playground by the idyllic Bergsee invite you to linger. Not far from the Bergsee is the baroque pilgrimage church "Wallfahrtskirche „Maria in der Tanne“  of Triberg, which has one of the most important baroque altars in southwest Germany and makes definitely worth a visit.