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Wildpark Bad Mergentheim, Bad Mergentheim

(4.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Is a super ride structured and interesting especially for those travelling with children. Has restaurant, café and space to touch the animals. The walk is 3 km away and the kids have fun.
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  • The Wildlife Park is really well done many spacious and wonderful animals and attractions and admission can afford any. The wolves and birds of prey were super. You can stay well 3 hrs so to see animals. One huge problem is their guest house. Any worse canteen of a large company is a 5 star restaurant. Nothing against the self service. The staff ragged, which eat pure TK pitting you can do at home. Curry sausage cold and the sauce is what the cheapest on the market. Loveless tourists boarding, conclusion here is Park but then self-catering. You could do it better
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  • Try to avoid school holidays and afternoons during the weekend and you'll have an interesting, nicely arranged wildlife park almost for yourself. Children love it, especially the petting zoo, adults g...  more »
  • I am an American tourist in Germany. This park was exceptional! I personally have been to both the Wild Animal Park and Zoo in San Diego. These American zoos, despite their larger variety of animals lack an ideal natural environment for the animals they have in captivy. At this zoo in Germany I felt that the animals were more well cared for. Their environments were larger and more natural. I also appreciated that there was a set path you could take that shows you all of the animals in the park. This path also had an easy to read paper guide to go along with it.
  • Many different indigenous animals such as bears, wolves and deer. The park is huge and you can walk there for ages. You don't really feel like your in a wildlife park, as there are no cages. You can also take your dog with you. It's a bit expensive in my opinion but definitely worth the trip.
  • We really enjoyed watched the animals get fed
  • Have been going there since I'm a child. It's really great for kids and grown-ups.
  • Be awere of feeding time, snd it must be worth visiting.