Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Get a glimpse of alpine wildlife at Alpenzoo. The only zoo in the world devoted to indigenous alpine species, this site houses more than 2,000 animals. The zoo accommodates 20 alpine mammal species, 60 kinds of birds, 11 types of reptiles, and six amphibian species, as well as nearly all alpine fish species. Built on the side of the mountain, the zoo requires a lot of walking up and down the slopes. Rest at one of the picnic areas with the view of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. Dogs are not permitted inside the zoo. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Alpenzoo by using our Innsbruck vacation route planner.
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Der alpenzoo ist immer wieder ein ausflugsziel von uns. Meine tochter liebt es die tiere anzuschauen und wir sind oft den ganzen tag dort. Zum schluss gehts immer noch auf den spielplatz. Ein paar ver... read more »The alpenzoo is a destination for us again and again. My daughter loves the animals to look at it and we are often all day there. Finally we go still on the playground. A few suggestions for improvement would be more toilet facilities and LR a bit better signage or a better description of a rundwdges that you can see everything. We know now but it's LR a bit confusing for those who are the 1st time there.show original
I enjoyed the alpine zoo but there were both positives and negatives about the experience. The zoo is quite a physically challenging zoo to get around, as being built into the mountain means there are... read more »
Living in Canada we take many of the alpine animals presented in the zoo for granted so there were no surprises here, but the facilities are excellent, well designed, with lots of habitat recreated fo... read more »
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