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    Wildnispark Zurich

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    Wildnispark Zurich is a wildlife sanctuary. It’s a nice place to spend a  weekend with friends and family in summer. It has steep and easy roads through a beautiful forest, one can choose between climbing and relaxed walking. There are a lot of natural habitats of different animals (foxes, bears, wolves, deers, lynx, moose and others), museum, restaurant, picnic area, play-yard for kids and much more. Furthermore, every month Wildnispark organises interesting events for all nature-lovers and kids.

    Good to know:

    • Opening hours:

    Nature Museum in Sihlwald: Tuesday – Saturday 12:00 – 17:30; Sunday 9:00 – 17:30; Monday – closed

    Langenberg animal park (Langenberg in Langnau am Albis) as well as the play-yard and the fireplace for the picnic is accessible all year-long

    • Prices:

    Nature Museum in Sihlwald: Adults – 6 CHF, Children – 3 CHF

    Langenberg animal park (Langenberg in Langnau am Albis) as well as the play-yard and the fireplace for the picnic is free of charge.

    More info about Wildnispark Zurich on

    How to get there:

    • Zurich – Thalwil by train, then a bus #240 to the Hausen am Albis direction till the stop Langnau a.A., Schwerzi-Wildpark.
    • Train S4 from the Zurich Selnau train station to the Langnau-Gattikon direction till the Wildpark-Hofli.

    In order to see favourite animals you need to have patience, good humour and camera.

    Have fun photo-hunt! :)

    Read more about other Zurich parks -> Zurich Parks

    If you have any questions, contact me -> Get in touch

    Be healthy and wealthy! :)

    Yuliia Caliskan
    Yuliia Caliskan
    As someone deeply immersed in the marketing and PR industry, my journey has led me to the Content and Publication Director position at MonAme Magazine. Our magazine is dedicated to promoting sustainable travel, culinary excellence, and an active lifestyle. During my earlier professional years, I had chosen to become a medical doctor specialising in Dermatology. Even today, I remain passionate about the latest advancements in dermatology and cosmetology. My professional path has also taken me to the role of Communications Manager at a medical NGO, where I found immense fulfilment in contributing to the community dedicated to improving the lives of people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. My diverse experiences fuel my motivation to make a positive impact and share inspiration for sustainable lifestyle.

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