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So many attractions are closed on Monday, so we were delighted to spend a good part of the day in the Zoo. Like most zoos, this one was very family-friendly. Healthy food was available both inside and at the entrance. As an added plus, it's...More
We wandered over to the zoo from our hotel to enjoy the pleasant October weather and were amazed at what we found. Beautiful gardens and many animals we haven’t see before..always nice to learn about new animals. It’s a very good size for the city...More
I always enjoy to go there with children.
Children can be so enthusiastic watching the see lions swim or watch the feeding of the animals.
There also some nice playgrounds for them - so it's always a pleasure to go there.
If you want to have some relaxed time in Karlsruhe, you should spent some hours at the Zoo. Here you find a well organized zoo and a beautiful garden. Every where the Garden is cleaned up, and it even doesn't smell bad from animals !...More
An enforced break in Karlsruhe as my van broke down I had time on my hands, waiting for a part to arrive.
I ended up walking along the rear of the zoo without realising it.
I could see the zoo and some animals through the...More
This was a surprise we weren't expecting. As we had a late flight home we were passing time and decided to vist this Zoo and definitely worth it, not so many large animal's but plenty of birds and smaller animals surrounded by a lake with...More
I was amazed with the size and quality of the zoo. Entrance is 11 Eur /adult. However, the grounds are very extensive and beautifully kept. There is a large park area to explore, including various flower gardens and a Japanese garden. Many cafes are dotted...More
This is wheelchair friendly, as there are walking paths and you should be able to see the monkeys from your wheelchair. I did not take the boat ride so I would contact the zoo directly about access to the boat. Enjoy your... More
This is wheelchair friendly, as there are walking paths and you should be able to see the monkeys from your wheelchair. I did not take the boat ride so I would contact the zoo directly about access to the boat. Enjoy your trip. I hope this response is not too late.
From what I remember, the park was very accessible. We saw many people with wheelchairs, strollers, twin-strollers, etc., which had access to everything we went to. As far as getting to the Zoo, we stayed at the Novotel... More
From what I remember, the park was very accessible. We saw many people with wheelchairs, strollers, twin-strollers, etc., which had access to everything we went to. As far as getting to the Zoo, we stayed at the Novotel, and it was simply a matter of walking out of the hotel, and a short walk across a very level courtyard, to the Zoo's entrance. Hope this helps!