Pullman City, the "living Western town" in Eging am See, is a leisure and adventure park in an idyllic location at the Bavarian Forest Nature Park, easy to reach via the A3 between Deggendorf and Passau. Children and adults have been experiencing the Lower Bavarian "Wild West" since 1997– during archery, gold panning, pony and Western horse riding, with live country music, line dance and the romantic of the campfire.
During the season a varied, nonviolent show programme with cowboys, Indians and free-running bison, with trick riding, knife throwing, lassoing, horse trainers and magicians is shown every day from early Spring to late Autumn.
The heart of Pullman City is the authentic area. "Hobbyists" from far and wide have built simple wooden huts there to present and live American history with passion. The men, women and children assume an identity from the era between 1740 and 1880, with clothing, jewellery, crafts and everything that goes with it.
On the Western town's 200,00 square metres of hilly and woody grounds there is also the Little Pullman adventure playground and since April 2013 the Adventure Trail, a low rope course with plenty of stations for climbing, moving along ropes hand over hand and balancing. A children's entertainment programme is offered during the holidays and at weekends with arts and crafts, games and torchlight night hikes.
Events, such as the various Country Music and Rockabilly festivals in the Spring and Autumn, the US Car Meet an the long Ascension Day weekend, the new Quad Meet mid-June, the Harley Stampede at the start of July and the Western Horse Festival in August round off our programme.
Pullman City holiday park, the prestigious "Palace Hotel" on Main Street, the log cabins and lodges with campfires, the Indian tipis and authentic tents as well as the next door campsite provide more than 500 accommodation options.
The many restaurants, bars and cafés invite you to eat, drink and wile away the hours. The Saloon, Steakhouse, Pizzeria and Cantina Mexicana leave nothing to be desired. As in a real city, you can eat, sleep and also shop at Pullman City. Anyone interested in Indian jewellery, historical or every day Western clothing, cowboy hats and boots, will quickly find what they are looking for in the stores on Main Street. As in any other city, Pullman City has its own church where you can even get married. And its own newspaper, the Pullman City Town Report.
Pullman City is a destination for the young and old, for Western and Country fans, for horse lovers and dance enthusiasts, for fans of American history, bikers, truckers, campers and coach trippers, for families, companies, groups and clubs.
Anyone who comes to Pullman City receives a city map and information about the various attractions and accommodation options as well as the current Show programme at reception or from the Town Office.
The market town of Eging am See has roughly 4,000 inhabitants, belongs to the District of Passau and is situated on the edge of the Bavarian Forest near the border to Austria and the Czech Republic. Other tourist attractions in the spa town are the thermal baths with sauna and spa area, Eging Lake with meadow, sandy beach, children's granite swimming area and circular hiking trail, the garden of senses and a park with fitness trail for the young and old. From Eging why not take a trip to the Danube Cities of Passau, Vilshofen and Deggendorf. The Bavarian Forest attracts with its treetop trail in Neuschönau, the National Park and the wildlife areas, hiking areas and glassworks.