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Rosegg "Tierpark" is not a zoo which has a reputation of a must-visit, but it offers a nice enough couple of hours in park-like surroundings, where many animals have a free run. Free parking is also offered. Don't expect wild animals, the closest you come...More
Great place to take children. A wonderfull walk around the Mountain watching animalsk free roaming in natural enviroment.
Those inclosed has large areas.
Children can feet the animals with small pills.
Playground has been updated this year, and it was 2 1/2 wonderfull hours in...More
We stumbled across this park whilst looking for a zoo (which we couldn't find). It was €9 each to enter so we though why not?! There are a lot of farm type animals near the entrance which is great for children and more animals behind...More
Great petting zoo and nature hike. Not a huge zoo, but its a nice place to take kids and spend a few hours. There are trails to hike with animals along the way. Kids loved feeding the animals in the petting zoo portion. There is...More
Nice walk through wide nature. Goats were lying directly on the pavements and then walking with visitors expecting feeding (feeding has to be bought in the beginning together with tickets).
It takes about 2 hours to walk through the whole park.
The labyrinth is very...More
We decided to visit Rosegg park and castle because it was close to our location and we had a Kartnen card offering free entry. The park includes a lot of dears. Most attractions are near the entry. We did a big tour arround a hill,...More
The Tierpark is kind of like a walled garden where several animals roam free, without cages. It's a wonderful experience. You could run into a family of goats, sun-bathing on the road while deers run around beneath the trees.
There are more traditional parts too,...More
Last year it was raining cats and dogs, so we were limited in our Rosegg visit to the mansion (Schloss) (See my review). This time the weather was clement, a good day to visit the Zoo in the Rosegg mansion park. Finding the entrance is...More
When visiting this, you should actually combine 3 things that are basically all at the same location. The zoo, the castle and the labyrinth. (they have combined tickets)
The zoo itself doesn't have that many different kinds of animals, but it is a nice place...More
The bottom part is like a regular small zoo. But when you enter the woods behind the wall, it is like real nature. If you do not shout like crazy, deer will come to you. But you have to spot them first. :) Nice to...More