+ infos on Zoological and Botanical Garden in Mulhouse
Following government announcements about coronavirus, the park remains closed until further notice.
Founded in 1868 by a group of industrialists from Mulhouse, this park was a model for zoological gardens in the 19th century. With its romantic landscaping, it houses remarkable collections of exotic and local plants. The zoological park is home to more than 1200 animals belonging to 170 different species, and is part of a programme for breeding endangered species. Very rare species such as Siberian tigers, zebras, polar bears, muskoxes, arctic foxes, red pandas and Madagascan lemurs live side-by-side with more common animals such as parrots, wolves, and sea lions.
Date & opening hours: December to March: 10 am to 4 pm - March, Oct, Nov: 9 am to 5 pm - April and Sept: 9 am to 6 pm - May to August: 9 am 7 pm
Infos CovidProtective measures:
- Wearing a mask is mandatory
- Hydroalcoholic gel available
- Reservation required
- Contactless payment highly recommended
Comment Covid measurements:
- 1 meter distance between each family - Booking tickets online is to be preferred in order to limit contact with staff and waiting at the reception desk: www.zoo-mulhouse.com: - Payment by credit card should be preferred - Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 11 - Direction of traffic indicated by signposting