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#12 of 94 things to do in Innsbruck Features Animals
Weiherburggasse 37, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
+43 4351 2292323
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Weiherburggasse 37, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
+43 4351 2292323
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Reviewed yesterday

Lovely setting & great for young children but I found it very disappointing. We hardly saw any animals, mainly the goats & the 2 bears. Everything else appeared to be hiding but for all I knew the enclosures could have been empty. Be prepared for...More

Thank jacquieshome
Reviewed 5 days ago

I went here in 1985 and thought it one of the best zoos I have ever seen. 32 years later and the opinion still stands. Alpenzoo is a zoo which exhibits the wildlife to be found in the Alps and is today one of the...More

Thank alanheath1961
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Having been to many zoo's in the past, I was a little disappointed when visiting this one. It's clean and the views are spectacular but I was a little bored.

Thank Kate W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

U can spend time here with more walk - nothing special- u can hike down to town easy and easy also- if u don't have young children, skip this

Thank aruppukottaimurugan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its a very small zoo. There are no wild cats. There are wolves and bears amongst wild animals. There are amphibians (frogs) and reptiles (snakes). There are several farm animals. Dont go with too much expectations about it being a big zoo with lots of...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A great chance to see rare and common animals of Alps. I am not a fan of common ZOOs, with all of these lions, elephants etc... Here, children can learn how surrounding nature looks like. We were there with baby stroller - all pathways are...More

Thank Petr V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is just an average zoo. There is nothing exotic or special about it. Frankly can be avoided if you are visiting any other zoo in Austria.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I am not a fan of zoo because I don't really like the idea of seeing the animals trap in cage without their freedom. My friends wanted to visit as we were on the way to the peak on the mountain. All in all, the...More

Thank Germaine C
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Worthwhile if you like zoos A lot of attention to the animals and good for familys.People need to be able to see animals to appreciate them and thus see the need to protect some environments for them.

Thank bunsy64
Reviewed 19 April 2017

We really enjoyed our visit to the Alpine Zoo, it's a lovely zoo and very different to what we have seen before. Fantastic to ride up on the cable car as well then stroll leisurely down the mountain.

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No price for guessing, is there? Don't seem to be able to locate the cost of en entry - strange, unless it's free? Please enlighten as I know nothing is free!!!
19 September 2016|
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Response from Joy W | Reviewed this property |
It's free to enter if you have an Innsbruck card. Otherwise I think it was about €8 for an adult.