This is an attractive park that would be of particular interest to people who grow roses. It would also combine well with a visit to the much larger Rosarium at Sangerhausen, which is only 90 km (1 hour) away.
The main focus of the garden is on roses, with a combination of shrub roses and hybrid tea roses. As one of the other reviews pointed out, there are almost 450 different varieties of roses here. The prime season for these would likely be late June and much of July. I was here in mid-June. At that time all the shrub roses were in full bloom, but the hybrid teas and floribundas were only starting to bloom. As the pictures show, the park is attractively landscaped with a pond and fountain in addition to the roses.
I don't think the people at the entrance spoke English, but non-German-speakers shouldn't have any problem since they will likely ask you if you want entrance to the rose garden only or a combination ticket to all the gardens (you can point to what you want), and then will ask you for your postal code (postleitzahl); since I am from Canada, they didn't need that.
The price, at 3 Euros, was very reasonable. The combination ticket for all the gardens is 6 Euros. There was plenty of parking close to the entrance.
Bad Langensalza itself is a town to which I would like to return at some later time. I stumbled across the town by accident while travelling from the canopy walk in the National Park Hainach, and only had time to visit the rose garden, but the town itself has a very attractive old town. It also has nine (!) other gardens, including a magnolia garden, a botanical garden, a Japanese garden, and a castle garden.
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