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This zoo has more animals than any other zoological park in Germany and boasts an aquarium and the world's largest elephant park in northern Europe. Open 365 days a year; in the summer hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Riehler Str. 173, 50735 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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As far as zoos goes, this one is aminal friendly for the most parts. There is usually an indoor and an outdoor space. A lot of birds. There were plenty of exotic animals: elephants, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes bears and big cats like lions and a...More
Where I travel if there's a zoo invariably I spend a day there. Cologne Zoo was on my list, the prospect of so many elephants being high on my list.
This place did not disappoint, I got there fairly early just after opening so my...More
we visited the zoo during the week. It was very quiet which was perfect for being able to very close to all the animals. Its a big place with all the animals you can think of and the enclosures all look fairly spacey and well...More
We're spoiled being used to Chester zoo but this id one of the better urban zoos weve visited. Great variation of animals with genijne concern for how species are cared for. Also interesting old enclosure buildings inclusive in visit. Not sure if its worth the...More
We spend 20€ each (5 people)
And was very disappointed. Lots of empty areas, no animals, lots of signs “not working “
“Refreshing”, okey we understand it, but is that a big deal to reduce ticket price then? 100€ just for a walk...unfortunately no picture...More
Make sure you get here early enough, because there is a LOT to look at, and if you don’t want to catch more than a mere glimpse of each animal you’ll need to allow sufficient time to enjoy the huge selection of wonderful animals they...More
Spent Christmas Day at the zoo much bigger than we anticipated. Very nice and good enclosures for the animals and for us to see them. Red pandas have real trees and good space they were climbing all over and high enough you though he may...More
I am disabled myself. However not in a wheelchair. Overal, a European - disabled - parking license with the all known wheelchair logo will suffice for a discount. If the handicap is see-able, it shouldn’t be a problem if you... More
I am disabled myself. However not in a wheelchair. Overal, a European - disabled - parking license with the all known wheelchair logo will suffice for a discount. If the handicap is see-able, it shouldn’t be a problem if you don’t flash the parking license.
If you mean that you have your own wheelchair, and want to take it with you into the park, then I think that it shouldn’t be a problem. IF it is a problem, they probably will hand you a different one which will be free/for a small charge and a deposit.
Response from tinkerbell_UK_19 | Reviewed this property |
I would have thought so but vest to check their website. although we got discounted tickets for using the tram/train system think they were half price or something. possibly worth going on that website too?