" On a wooded hill, discover the habitats of red pandas, polar bears, gibbons and other rare animal species. There’s also plenty to delight plant lovers: 3,500 varieties and nine thematic gardens. "
Founded in 1868 by a group of industrialists from Mulhouse, this park was a model for zoological gardens in the 19th century. With its romantic landscaping, it houses remarkable collections of exotic and local plants. The zoological park is home to more than 1200 animals belonging to 170 different species, and is part of a programme for breeding endangered species. Very rare species such as Siberian tigers, zebras, polar bears, muskoxes, arctic foxes, red pandas and Madagascan lemurs live side-by-side with more common animals such as parrots, wolves, and sea lions.
- Altitude : 241m
- Distance to the nearest station (km) : 0,4
- Price advantages :
- Free for children (age limit) : 6
- Group (minimum number of people) : 15
- Other special offers : 9 pour les CE
- Prices for children :
- Free for children under 4 years old / Passes accepted: Mulhouse City Pass, Pass Alsace
- Comments on prices : Credit card, Cheque, Holiday vouchers, Cash
- Reservation required : Yes
- Type of visits proposed : Free visit, Guided tour for individuals, Guided tour for groups
- Services offered : Workshops/classes
- Amenities services : Toilets
- Languages spoken : French, German, English
- Restaurant on site : Drinks, Yes
- Practical services : Group reception, Children's reception, Shops /Sale of goods, Local tourist information, Shuttle service, Open to individual clients
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