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Tiergarten Schönbrunn Entrance Ticket

  • Admission to Tiergarten Schönbrunn (Vienna Zoo)
  • Journey through the animal kingdom, from the Amazon to the Arctic, at the world’s oldest zoo
  • View more than 700 species of animals from each continent
Tiergarten Schönbrunn Entrance Ticket
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Visit Tiergarten Schönbrunn, one of the oldest zoos in the world, with this prebooked entrance ticket. Simply show your voucher, and step inside the zoo, which occupies a spot inside the UNESCO-listed Schönbrunn Palace Gardens (aka Schlosspark Schönbrunn). How you spend your time at the family-favourite attraction is up to you: see endangered species such as giant pandas; watch polar bears swim in icy water; and discover tigers, jaguars and more inside the big cat enclosure.
What to Expect
Visit: Tiergarten Schoenbrunn - Zoo Vienna

Head to Tiergarten Schönbrunn (Vienna Zoo) whenever you please for a day of exploring the animal kingdom. Founded as a imperial menagerie in 1752 as part of the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Schönbrunn Palace Gardens (Schlosspark Schoenbrunn), Tiergarten Schönbrunn is the oldest zoo in the world and is consistently named among Europe’s best.
See more than 700 species of animals from every continent as you wander the zoo independently. Marvel at tigers, jaguars, orangutans, koalas and elephants; immerse yourself in the magic of the Amazon; explore the icy Arctic; and feel the heat of a tropical rainforest. The stars of the show are the giant pandas — Tiergarten Schönbrunn is one of the few zoos worldwide to house these rare creatures, and you can learn all about the conservation efforts used to save this beloved species.
After seeing the exhibits, perhaps visit the petting zoo, watch an animal feeding session or hop aboard the panoramic train before making your own way back to your hotel. The recommended visit time for the entire zoo is three hours.
Reviews (114)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Love this place

this Zoo is one of the best in the area, offering to see huge variety of different animals, great activity for kids. the Zoo offers all the necessary services, I really appreciate the water fountains. We have also tasted the menu at Jumbo Grill Garten,...More

Thank Zuzana S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
An informative zoo with happy animals

After a week of visiting Vienna castles, palaces and museums we said, "why not the zoo?" What made this zoo special? The animals were all moving about as if they had a daily routine that needed doing. More than just pacing the animals were eating,...More

Thank Bob M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent experience

Was 3rd time, but always a pleasure. Giant pandas are amazing, feeding time for seals and sea lions (14:30 local time) is a show that you can't miss and polar bear is unbelievable. By far our preferred were the panther ans the tigers. Worth visit...More

Thank stefanrazvan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
so cute

I really didn't know what to expect before we got to the zoo. the zoo very big but with the map and signs you can understand the directions. me and my mother spent there a couple of hours. we enjoyed watching the animals and especially...More

Thank orly333
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
One of the best zoo's

My wife and I love to visit zoo's all over the world. The Vienna zoo is absolutely in the top two zoo's we have ever seen. (with the Bronx Zoo in NYC). Just an amazing zoo with more animals than you would expect. We had...More

Thank Thierry1973
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24 September 2018|
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Response from Bob A | Reviewed this property |
Yes. I showed on my phone, no problem
11 June 2018|
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Response from taborskyjan | Reviewed this property |
There is train. And there are special carts (to be pulled) - for children under (I guess) 3 years.