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Vienna's Schonbrunn Zoo and Giant Ferris Wheel

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  • Visit Vienna's Schonbrunn Zoo and ride the Giant Ferris Wheel
  • See more than 4,000 animals at the Schonbrunn Zoo
  • See the zoo’s giant pandas, the only giant pandas in Europe outside of Berlin
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Vienna's Schonbrunn Zoo and Giant Ferris Wheel
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Vienna's Schonbrunn Zoo and Giant Ferris Wheel
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Overview
Check out two of Vienna’s top attractions with a visit to Schonbrunn Zoo and a ride on the famed Giant Ferris Wheel. See over 4,000 animals from every continent at the zoo, as well as the popular giant pandas. Then take a spin on the trademark of Austria’s capital city, the Giant Ferris Wheel, and enjoy spectacular city views from the top.
What to Expect
Admire the Baroque architecture as you enter Schonbrunn Zoo, dating back to the days of Empress Maria Theresia and her husband Franz Stephan von Lothringen. Check out the breakfast pavilion in the center where you can still enjoy an "Imperial Breakfast," if you choose.

Wander around the area’s many attractions, including koalas, jaguars, orangutans, elephants and the beloved giant pandas. After spotting some of your favorite creatures, head to the Children’s Playground and Petting Zoo for some extra fun for the kids, and stop by the rainforest mirroring the unique ecosystems of Borneo.

Then enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city with a trip on the Giant Ferris Wheel, an iconic symbol of Vienna’s Prater, the large public park in the 2nd district. The wheel is visible from all over the city with its distinct silhouette and offers incredible views of Vienna from the top. Hop on to enjoy this architectural gem from all angles.
Reviews (82)
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Reviewed 2 December 2018
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Once you have seen one zoo you have seen them all. Well, this one is the oldest zoo in the world and it sits in a beautiful park that uses the landscape to its advantage. A lot of more modern parks are flat, man-made caged...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank thelangtoon
Reviewed 13 November 2018
Don't miss the sloths

Probably the best zoo I have been to. All the animals were really active and looked healthy and well stimulated. We saw the pandas feeding early on and thought that would be the highlight. However, there were surprises round every corner. The final sure came...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Gary B
Reviewed 7 November 2018
Great Zoo with diversity of animals. The Giant Ferris Wheel is the oldest of its kind

Not the biggest zoo I have been to, but so far the best organised. Impressed by the koala bear and the pandas. Check the feeding time on their website so you can enjoy more of your favorite animals. The wheel, located in the Prater Park...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 88DanielZ88
Reviewed 27 October 2018
Great Zoo & fab ferris wheel at fair

Loved the zoo - plenty of animals from penguins and tigers to elephants and koalas - wonderful day in this huge zoo. The ferris wheel (Film 'The third man' was filmed on this wheel) was within a fair although the fair was closed. The wheel...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank travelchick066
Reviewed 21 September 2018
great day out!

very big zoo. lots to see. we purchased the zoo entrance and giant ferris wheel passes. please note the ferris wheel is at a different location but easy to reach with the metro. the ferris wheel ride is a normal ferris wheel ride great photo...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Momo320
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4 October 2018|
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Response from michael r | Reviewed this property |
You buy a combination ticket for both attractions which saves you 5 euro's. At the wheel you go straight to the ticket office as you have already paid. They scan your combination ticket and give you an entry ticket then you... More
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tzifreeze
11 May 2018|
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Hello tzfreeze + Gina... Children under 3 Years is Ferris Wheel and Zoo for free.... For Childs until 6 Years they Pay at the Wheel 4,50€ and Zoo is Free.. For Childs over 6 Years u had the Option for a Combo (Giant Wheel... More
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