BELANTIS AdventureKingdom is a unique leisure experience for families who want to plunge into an action-packed adventure together. Located just outside Leipzig, the family theme park offers fun for young and old with over 60 attractions. Various roller coasters, numerous carousels and dozens of rides provide endless fun for guests.
The AdventureKingdom extends over eight fantastic themed worlds and offers visitors a varied mix of fast-paced rides, magical shows and interactive attractions. Adrenaline junkies get their money's worth just as much as calmer minds. In 2016, BELANTIS was awarded 5th place among Europe's best amusement parks in its category.
At this time there is no opening time calendar for 2021 and therefore no opening date for the season 2021. As soon as new information is available, we will inform you here.
BELANTIS can be reached easily and comfortably from all directions via highway A38 by taking the exit "Neue Harth/BELANTIS-Park":
After the exit, the first exit in the roundabout leads to the BELANTIS parking lot.
The first hour you can park for free. For the second, third and fourth hour you pay 3,00 € each. From the fifth hour on, the daily rate of 5,00 € applies..
You can have your park chip validated directly at our cash desks or you can use the parking machine at the back of the cash desk in front of the park gates.
BELANTIS is not located in an environmental zone, so there is no environmental sticker required.
The address for the navigation system is: Zur Weißen Mark 1, 04249 Leipzig
You can reach BELANTIS from Leipzig main station with the “S-Bahn” lines 2, 3, 5 and 5X. The BELANTIS bus line 105 departs from the S-Bahn station “Markkleeberg”. For the exact departure times of the bus line 105, please refer to the timetable at ► Regionalbus Leipzig GmbH.
According to the timetable, bus line 105 runs on all BELANTIS opening days 3 times a day in the morning between 9 and 11 a.m. from the S-Bahn station “Markkleeberg” in the direction to BELANTIS and 3 times a day in the afternoon from BELANTIS back to “Markkleeberg”.