Tierpark Dahlholzli is a magnificent zoo that starts by a river and ends in the forest. The strategic location of Tierpark Dahlholzli is undoubtedly a bonus while the free entry is a cherry on the top. However, a few things like the vivarium are charged. The zoo is home to a variety of adorable animals of which a selective few can be petted and fed. If you're looking for a fun family day out with kids, do consider the Tierpark Dahlholzli zoo.
Tierpark Dahlholzli Travel Tips
- You need to pay a fee if you wish to see some extra animals.
- The ticket office closes half an hour before closing time.
- The zoo is open throughout the year.
- Guided tours are available.
- Car parking is expensive.
- Wheelchair accessibility available.
Entrance Ticket Details For Tierpark Dahlholzli
- You have to pay for guided tours and chosen activities in the zoo.
How to Reach Tierpark Dahlholzli
- Train: Gurten Kulm Inclined Railway Station
- BLS Reisezentrum Bern Weissenbühl Train Station
- Bus: Bus Dagi Bus Station
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9.08% of people who visit Bern include Tierpark Dahlholzli in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
59.21% of people start their Tierpark Dahlholzli visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Tierpark Dahlholzli
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tierpark Dahlholzli
Tierpark Dahlholzli Reviews & Ratings
The Bern park was beautiful. They have more space for their animals. There is a Kinder zoo. They have a limited food selection. Then they have a main zoo, and a trail to walk down. Student prices are great. It's not expensive to go. There is also the 19 bus that can take you pretty much there. They have a lot of space for their animals. It was nice to take a breath of fresh air. See some big nice animals. Nothing completely exotics. But some animals were hibernating for the winter. Come here if you want to be one with nature.
A very nice zoo where animals have plenty of space to move and kids can safely roam around. There's a "free" part with goats 🐐, boars 🐗, flamingos and lamas 🦙 (among others). The "paying" area is divided in two sections; indoor (snakes 🐍, iguanas 🦎, fish 🐠, monkeys 🐒, alligators 🐊 ..) and outdoors (seals , bisons 🐃, deer, 🐻 bears, 🐺 wolfs, 🦉 owls)..
The best Zoo I've ever visited. It's really a pleasure to see conditions animals are living in.
Nice place for big and small to see and walk along. A cosy zoo in a natural environment. Only the vivarium takes entrance fee.
Animal park is clean and seems Perfect for a few hours with kids. Unfortunately a lot of box were empty. A bit disappointed.