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Wildpark is a park on the mountain in the city of Feldkirch which stands between the historic center and the outskirts. Probably the most interesting part of the park is a minizoo with a local fauna like wild pigs, deers or foxes. It is accessible...More
We visited the wildpark on our two days in Feldkirch. The animals are very well cared for and there is a mix of animals in pens and animals that are free. The cost is free although you can make a donation and i would definitely...More
This is a fantastic free wildlife park. We were very happy to see Marmottes as we had heard of them but had never seen them and the Marmottes were happily sunning themselves on the grass very close to the footpath (in their fenced in enclosure)....More
Stunning location: the wildpark is located on the hills giving it beautiful views. It's a fun day out with children. Not only is it a nice place to walk, you can also watch the animals and let your child(ren) play in de fun and playful...More
it is a very nice place. it is not exactly a zoo, but more a park that you can walk freely , and has same caged areas for the animals. you can enjoy your walk in the woods and the breezing atmosphere and there is...More
Me and my partner were staying in the Hotel Weissez Cruez. Which is about an hour walk to the park.
We had a lovely time here.
Free entry and lovely animals.
Okay, it's not the best. But for free you can't complain and it was...More
The Park is located above Feldkirch, an easy half hour walk from the main bus stop.
It has animals from the region with nice views all around and good forest walks outside the park. If you want to know more about the Wildpark they have...More
A number of animals worth looking at, a great playground for kids under 10 and stunning views of Feldkirch. You can buy food to feed some of the animals, kids loved it. I've always enjoyed going there for a lunchtime stroll, with kids or without.