Traveler reviews: Tiergarten Nürnberg (Zoological Garden)
Fun for the little ones
There was a bit of a line when we first arrived and unless you get there early, you may have to park a little far. But definitely worth it. We have visited zoos over the world and I don't recall ever... read more
Not for us....
We only really went because it was included on the Nuremberg card. The enclosures for the small animals were good- the Red Panda must have had no idea that he lives in captivity, but the abiding... read more
Had a lovely day!
What a lovely zoo! Animals are really close by. There are a lot of trees, So Good to visit even on a warm day. Take cash, you can't pay with card in the zoo. We would visit it again If it was close... read more
The West Indian Manatee, which belongs to the manatee family (family Trichedhidae, genus "Trichechus"), is not just the namesake of the tropical house in the Nuremberg Zoo, but als its stars.
Non scratch surfaces, energy from plant pigments and "ant intelligence" - in the Bionicum Ideenreich Natur visitor center (Nature Imagination Center), everything focuses on the fascinating world of bionics.
The Dolphin Lagoon is a most impressive 5.3 million litre salt water lagoon with a depth of 6 metres and a surface area of 1,100 square metres that has been designed to provide as near a natural habit for its residents. With seating for some 2000 guests this will provide a perfect setting to watch the dolphins and sea lions.
Five extensive free enclosures, some of the largest in Europe, are a habitat for Californian sea lions, penguins, otters and polar bears.