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Roer's Zoofari, Vienna

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Zoo / Aquarium
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • As someone who wasn't sure going alone to Roer's Zoofari would be worthwhile, it totally was. I even saw a newborn goat that was born the morning that I showed up (I went in the afternoon). It was one...  more »
  • I was from out of town looking for something to do for fun. I really enjoyed this. It is very small but there are lots of animals to see and feed. A bit pricey ($15 for Adult) to get in but if it bene...  more »
  • I took my 2 year old to this attraction and he had a great time. His favorite part was to feed all of the goats, sheep and ducks that are around the area. It is a more interactive zoo than what you ma...  more »
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  • This is a very nice place for a day out.. Most exciting part was the Budgie feeding.. Even adults can enjoy it. I chose this because it's very near to my place.,nice staff.. Felt bit expensive but over all it was an awesome experience
  • Everyone bashing this place really should've checked out the site before going. It's a perfect experience for young children. Not really adult themed nor is it meant to be. I'm not sure if they were understaffed and I technically snuck in with my 17 mo old or if it was free entry. This is a privately owned zoo. I've found that these are usually lacking in the "wow" factor. I don't have a problem paying for the experience as it (hopefully) goes toward the care of the animals and maintenance of the facility. I will say the place is in need of a once over. There was quite a bit of wear and tear to the facility. Other than that it was a great first interaction with animals (other than the family dog) for my little one.
  • Talk about a great place to go with grandkids. The Budgie attraction is just that - an attraction. Be sure to buy the seed sticks - at least two each child and the older ones more. The little budgies will immediately fly down landing on the stick and eat right before their eyes. Sometimes they land on you. The bus tour is okay - make sure to bring food to feed the animals. Many will come right up looking for some food to eat. Our grandson was just happy to ride the bus! Feeding the sheep, goats, ducks, etc. was also very enjoyable.
  • Well, if you like petting zoo's this is the place. At $15 per adult and $10 for anyone older then two, plus the cost of feed (because you won't have anything to do if you don't buy feed). Also, the main attraction is goats, because you have to pay $5 to feed the camel and the giraffe. In addition, there was a Lot of empty exhibits and it's a very small "zoo".
  • Our visit was awesome. Employees were very friendly and helpful. My grandson loved feeding the animals. I loved feeding the birds. The bus tour was very informative. I look forward to going again!