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The seal station in Friedrichskoog is definitely worth a visit with the kids. Besides the animals themselves, there is also a lot of information about the flora and fauna of the north sea coast.
If you get there at feeding time, the handlers also explain...More
They all do an excelent job. I though it would be like the zoo where the seals do many things but they dont. They just take care about the seals until they are ready for real life and show you some history where you can...More
We had a wonderful day with our kids at Seehundstation. The kids enjoyed the seals and they've learned a lot! The entrance-fee is rather expensive for families. There are some picturesque fish restaurants near the station and kids can also play around. It is close...More
This station is located in the North of Germany, and great day trip from Hamburg.
Only 7 EUR entry to support the great work they do, rehabilitating seals, you can spend about an hour in the site, but can walk around the fields all over....More
Friedrichskoog,Seehundstation, was formerly located in Dieksanderkoog. A Koog is a town surrounded by dikes where the land has been reclaimed from the ocean. In the Netherlands they are called Polders. It takes about 75-100 years for a Koog to be created. The reclamation is possible...More