The Eastern Erzgebirge Wildlife Park enjoys a scenic and beautiful location in a valley between Lauenstein and Geising. The park is accessible for those with disabilities. Native types of game, a play fort, adventure playground, herb island, nature protection school and holiday camp for everybody.
The Fláje game-preserve is situated on the plateau of the Krušné hory Mountains and it partly extends into the Šumenské údolí valley. The highest point of the game-reserve is in Loučná where its 956 m above sea level. In the preserve there is a network of wells, from which high-quality water (quality sufficient for infants) is pumped. The area of the game-preserve is 1,930 ha with normally around 300 bucks. There are also important mating areas for black grouses. Among other endangered species there are black storks, stock owls or boreal (Tengmalm´s) owls.
The game-preserve is situated in the village of Mstišov, near Dubí u Teplic. It is possible to go there any time of the year. There are domesticated animals and animals commonly found in Czech forests, such as boars, moufflons, deer and more. You can bring some old dry bread or some animal feed and if you stay quiet and get close to them, closer than in the open land, you can feed the animals yourselves. In the game-preserve there is also a restaurant and the possibility of accommodation. Children can try horse rides.
The Podkrušnohorský zoopark in Chomutov was founded in 1975. You can see there many species of animals originating from the Palaearctic zone (Eurasia) and from Northern Africa. There are more than 160 species of endangered animals listed in the European preserving programmes. The Zoopark also offers a ride through its territory in an Amálka shuttle train or in the so-called Safari Express. For children there are many attractions including swings, outdoor playground equipment and from 2009 there is also a high rope centre.
The zoological garden in Ústí nad Labem is situated on the slopes of the Mariánské skály rocks east of the town centre. Its visitors can observe more than 1,300 animals. The history of this zoo is long and rich. Its predecessor was a bird´s sanctuary built in this area in 1908 by an important businessman and lover of the nature, Dr. Heinrich Lumpe. The sanctuary was named after its founder „Lumpepark“ and soon got high repute abroad - there were up to 50,000 visitors from all over Europe in a single year.
The Dvojhradí manor house at the edge of the town Dubí u Teplic was built in 1703 as a Chinese-style hunting lodge by František Clary-Aldringen for his wife, Countess Tupperle. Ninety years later the lodge was reconstructed into its current design. In its surroundings there is the Mstišovská game-preserve with an area of 17 hectares that is freely accessible to the public. Its visitors can encounter deer, fallow deer, roes, boards as well as pheasants and they can feed them.