Opened in 1930, Heimat-Tierpark Olderdissen is a 39-acre municipal park located outside of Bielefeld, Germany. It sits on the edge of Teutoburg Forest and it strives to preserve the habitats of its native species.
It has a total of 450 animals, which consist of mammals and birds such as fallow deer, guinea pigs, brown bears, wild cats, foxes, boars, owls, swans, ducks and ravens.
It has a natural setting filled with meadows, ponds, gardens, shaded spaces, statutes, hiking trails and biking trails.
The park offers its guests a carousel, snack bar, playground, guided tours, zoo performances, picnic areas, school field trip accommodations, and carriage rides.