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Japanese garden

Bliss Garden

Enjoy gently rippling waterfalls in this oasis and linger at the sacred trees in the Japanese garden. Curiously accompany the waves raked in gravel from a dry waterfall. Passing Japanese-style stone settings, they meander gracefully through the garden. Observe majestic Kois in the clear water of the pond lined with water lilies and water lilies. Leave “evil spirits” behind on a zigzag bridge. Enjoy the aesthetics of masterfully designed bonsai artworks in constant change. In the beautiful plant pavilion with its tea house, you can be a guest of an original Japanese tea ceremony.


Kurpromenade 15
99947 Bad Langensalza


March & October
daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

April to September
daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

November to February

Dogs are not allowed! Service dogs are allowed!

Japanischer Garten, Rosengarten

You can get all tickets at the cash desks of the respective gardens. The annual garden tickets and the Kurticket are available from Tourist information Bad Langensalza.

Entry per garden

Tariff group Single ticket
(a garden)
Combined ticket **
(all gardens & city museum)
daily ticket 6,00 € 18,00 €
Day ticket with discount * 5,00 € 15,00 €
Day ticket in a group tariff per person (from 15 people) 5,00 € 15,00 €
After-work ticket (from 5 p.m.) 4,00 €

** Combined ticket for the stay in all gardens as well as in the Thuringian pharmacy museum and pharmacy garden 

Free admission 

Children up to 12 years
Accompanying persons from kindergarten groups or school classes with children up to 12 years
Accompanying persons for people with disabilities with the mark “B”
Bus driver and tour guide
Active firefighters in the urban area on a voluntary basis
Tour guides of the Bad Langensalza guild guild

Annual garden tickets & spa ticket 

Annual ticket for all gardens per person 35,00 €
Ticket for a paid garden 18,00 €
Reduced ticket for all gardens with spa card per person (valid for a maximum of 21 days) 15,00 €


Jugendliche/Auszubildende und Studenten mit Vorlage des entsprechenden Nachweises; Inhaber einer gültigen Kurkarte der Stadt Bad Langensalza; Besucher mit einer Eintrittskarte des Baumkronenpfads, der Friederiken Therme, oder des Wildkatzendorfes Hütscheroda (max. 2 Tage zurückliegend); Inhaber der EhrenamtsCard; Menschen mit Behinderung bei Vorlage des Nachweises (Grad der Behinderung min. 70%); Inhaber einer Mastercard Gold-Kreditkarte der Sparkasse mit Sondermotiv „Japanischer Garten Bad Langensalza“ oder „Marienkirche Mühlhausen“; Gruppen ab 15 Personen


Saturday / Sunday: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Saturday / Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Easter Monday: 
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

May until October: 
daily 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

November to February: 


What is called the tea ceremony in this country has a much more modest name in its country of origin, Japan, namely Chadô (tea trail) or simply Chanoyu (hot water for tea). The tea path elevates an everyday action, the hospitality of guests, to the rank of an art form, which is ultimately about achieving a deep silence of the mind. 
Dietrich and Jana Roloff are tea masters from the Ueda Sôko School, which emerged 400 years ago in the circles of the sword nobility and are still based in Hiroshima today.

  • Registration for the tea ceremony through the Tourist information
  • Participation fee: € 22.00, reduced with spa card: € 20.00
  • Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
  • Number of participants: maximum 24 people 

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Tourist information Bad Langensalza
At the Marktkirche 11
99947 Bad Langensalza
Telephone: 03603 - 834424
Fax: 03603 - 834421
touristinfo (at)