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Tier - und Wildpark Allensbach Bodensee, Allensbach

(2.9/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • For small children, a visit to wild and amusement park is always an attraction. In addition to all the animals (with luck, there's even the possibility of pet deer without fence / feed) also the different rides are a highlight. The Park is kept very clean, most devices have something in the years, but still in good condition and varied. The adventure playground is out for this season we expanded a water playground... this summer sure a "kids-magnet". At each visit, a highlight is the visit to the falconry. With much humor, the different birds are brought closer one. Interesting and funny at the same time. Price/performance fit for us...
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  • Animal and Wildlife Park Allensbach is definitely a trip worth. The plant is lovingly made, you can admire many animals up close, attitude is very humanely. It is connected with a large playground and a climbing plant. It is a pity that most of the attractions still closed are in March, including the fast food restaurant with indoor playground. If the guest house adjacent to the Park has annual closing, you must at the kiosk with bread to feed themselves. It would be nice if this but great restrictions on the website would be made public. If then as mid-March pending a weekend with strong sunshine, the operators should be flexible enough to open a portion of the offer by the day. But that is the only point of criticism, otherwise the Park really earned top marks, and especially smaller children can linger for hours.
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  • 18 Euro entrance fee (2 adults + 2 children) were clearly too expensive, because everything is closed up on the deer. Even the toilets! The kids had fun to feed the animals though, but that would also free possible in the parking lot. We won't be back quite determined, because even the most 'attractions' rather worn out.
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