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Protective measures of the Alpenzoo

The Alpenzoo will be open again from Sunday, 12 December 2021.

To visit the Alpenzoo, the 2-G rule applies to visitors aged 12 and over.
Children up to the age of 12 are exempt from the G requirement and therefore do not have to show a test result. For children and young people between 13 and 15 years of age, the Ninja Pass is considered equivalent to the 2G proof and is therefore also valid as proof of admission.

 

Vaccinated

For vaccines with 2 partial vaccinations
Vaccination is not considered proof until immunisation is complete. The proof is issued from the day of the 2nd vaccination and is valid for 360 days. The third vaccination is also valid for 360 days. For vaccines with one vaccination
From the 22nd day after vaccination, you are exempt from testing for 270 days from the day of vaccination. A second vaccination is valid for 360 days.

 

Recover


You are exempt from compulsory testing for 180 days from the date of recovery. The certificate of isolation or a medical certificate are valid. Proof of antibodies is valid for 90 days from the date of testing. For people who have already recovered and have been vaccinated once, the vaccination is valid for 270 days from the date of vaccination.

 

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The Museum in the Weiherburg

After a long wait, the Museum in der Weiherburg has opened its doors to our visitors and offers a fantastic insight into Tyrol's biodiversity with the exhibition Ex & Neo. This project is the result of a wonderful collaboration with the Tyrolean Regional Museum.

Admission to the museum is only possible in combination with a visit to the zoo and here too we ask you to pay attention to the Covid measures. The maximum number of visitors currently allowed in the museum at any one time, according to the guidelines given to us, is 13 people.

Click here for more information about the museum.

 

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We are saving an (unknown) species - The species conservation project: "Bayrische Kurzohrmaus".

This mouse is more endangered than tigers, snow leopards or pandas. Here, the Alpenzoo sees itself in the leading role to save this endangered species.

Special thanks go to Aufwind gemeinnützige GmbH für Natur.

For more information, visit our Facebook and Instagram page.

*Picture: Nadja Hattinger

 

 

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The new Alpenzoo GIFs

Since recently, all zoo enthusiasts can use the official Alpenzoo GIFs on Instagram, Facebook and also Whatsapp and send them to each other.

Anyone who wants to use the GIFs just has to enter the word "Alpenzoo" in the search bar of their GIF function of the respective app and the funny animals will appear. This is also explained again in a video under this link.

 

 

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Join “Freunde des Alpenzoo” by becoming a member and you'll get a whole year of FREE unlimited entry plus lots of other great benefits! Online registration

Memberships can be bought for yourself or for someone else as a gift.

Our membership packages starting from 50€ and include:
  • Unlimited FREE entry for 12 months (January- December)
  • Free entry to other zoos and attractions
  • Our quarterly members' magazine
  • Members' discount in Zoo Vienna
  • Invitations to our special Members' Travels
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Zwergmäuse wieder im Alpenzoo

The eurasian harvest mouse enclosure was opened on July 10th. Since then, the little animals have been settling in their new home, which is located at the FRÖSCHL-HAUS.

The "Freunde des Alpenzoo" have taken over the financing of this project.

 

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Summer evening tours in the Alpenzoo: Every Tue & Thu 6 pm (only in german)

From now on, our popular evening tours with selected animal feedings start again until September 10th.

The normal entrance fees apply plus € 2,- for adults (not for children).

(Mask wearing optional)

 

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Picture exhibition "Kinder malen Alpenzoo-Tiere" from 01.08. - 22.08.

The colorful pictures will be exhibited from 01.08. to 22.08.20 in the Hans Psenner Hall.