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Open 365 days per year – open daily from 9:00 AM! The Nature Reserve and Wildlife Park Goldau is situated in a scenic and romantic mountain landscape. The 42-hectare large park is home of over 100 native and European species of animals. Visitors can...more
We visited the animal park with 2 children under 10. We all throughly enjoyed the day, being able to get close and to feed to different types of deers and goats, chickens running loose. There are bears and wolfs in enclosures, the bear rolled over...More
It was a great afternoon with kids, they managed to give food to deers that run free in the park. We got to see giant owls, bears, ducks, swans and other animals. Park has nice structure with snack bars and toilets. You walk a lot,...More
A nice place, but not too many animals, if that is what you are going there for. Should be a good place to go if you have 2-3 hours to spare and not much to do. Its a 10 mins walk from the Goldau rail...More
We visited the park in late April 2018. It is big enough for a day out with the kids - we arrived before 11:00 and left as it was closing, but had not seen it all.
There are plenty of parking places and it costs...More
I see many people like the place, but I'm not fascinated by it. In my opinion, just another place with some animals - mostly the same ones you find anywhere else. Quite nice in summer, might be very cold and humid in Spring and not...More
A spacious and wooded area with a variety of climate-suited animals including walk-amongst goats and some super natural style climbing frames and playgrounds. Kept our children happy for hours despite sub-zero temperature! Large restaurant with play corner.
We visit this park every season. Of course, it is perfect in summer, but our visits were also great in autumn and winter. Great for small kids (2 years and younger). Children can touch and feed animals. Many nice places for picknick and rest in...More
My kids (2 and 8 y.o.) were so in love with the place, they almost cried we had to leave the park by 5 p.m. There are special places to buy food for deer and other animals, sorted by type of animal (cost CHF 3),...More
I quite enjoyed my time at the Tierpark. I went in the month of November which unfortunately meant that I only briefly saw the bears, and some animals I didn’t see at all. It was still a great experience, and feeding the deer roaming the...More