Wilhelma is a popular zoological-botanical garden that attracts over two million visitors each year. The zoo on this day covers an area of approximately 30 hectares and is home to near 11,500 animals belonging to different parts of the world. Wilhelma also takes in juvenile gorillas who have been rejected by their mothers and are therefore reared by the zookeepers. The setting of the zoo and the botanical garden is pretty impressive and here, you would be able to see species that you might never have seen before. From elephant and rhino houses to giraffe house, primates, a wide variety of birds and other wildlife can be found here. A visit to the Wilhelma would sure prove to be an educationally enriching and interesting experience.
- Abide by the clearly stated zoo rules, also available on website.
- There’s a paid carpark with about 800 spots.
- The merchandise shop isn’t bad.
- Ticket office closes at 04:30 pm.
- EUR 10 after 04:00 pm and in winter.
- Rates are halved for children and students.
- Disabled and their carers are allowed in for free.
- Opening times are different every month. Check the website. In winter it closes at about 04:00 pm.
- Bus 52, 56 to stop – Rosensteinbrücke
- Subway U13 to stop – Rosensteinbrücke
- Subway U14 to stop - Wilhelma
- Wilhelma Restaurant, Bistro Belvedere.
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90.31% of people who visit Stuttgart include Wilhelma Zoo And Botanical Garden in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
75.08% of people start their Wilhelma Zoo And Botanical Garden visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Wilhelma Zoo And Botanical Garden
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wilhelma Zoo And Botanical Garden