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A beautiful outing spot that holds both a zoo and a botanical garden. Worth a visit just for its old-times-like charm.

Neckartalstraße 13, 70342 Stuttgart, Germany

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Opening Hours

Daily 8:15 or 9 am - 4 to 6 pm
Depends on what you want to see. Please, check the website.


Adults: 16 €
Children: 8 €
Evening and low season available, check the website


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