Zoo and Wildlife Parks in Freiburg Im Breisgau

In the heart of a major wine-producing region, Freiburg im Breisgau serves as the primary entry point for tours into the scenic Black Forest mountain range.

 

Explore hidden gems such as Mundenhof and Alternativer Wolf- Und Barenpark Schwarzwald. Take a break from the city and head to Schwarzwald Hochstrasse and Todtnau Waterfalls. Mundenhof Zoo, nature park and animal sanctuary is open all year round and has been since 1968. Animals from all over the world can be found in a relatively free environment.

 

Explore Freiburg im Breisgau's surroundings by going to House of Black Forest Clocks (in Hornberg), Lake Titisee (in Titisee-Neustadt) and Dom Sankt Blasien (in Sankt Blasien). The adventure continues: steep yourself in history at Historisches Kaufhaus, admire the masterpieces at Augustinermuseum, get a sense of history and politics at New Town Hall, and admire the landmark architecture of Freiburger Münster.

Steinwasen Park

Steinwasen Park in Freiburg Im Breisgau

Steinwasen Park is a theme park with a small zoo in the Black Forest, about 20 km southwest of Freiburg im Breisgau. It is located at the mountain pass Notschrei between Kirchzarten and Todtnau. The area belongs to the town of Oberried. Several animal enclosures and fun rides are spread over an area of 35 hectares. The park is integrated into the natural mountain landscape and takes the Black Forest as a central theme. There is, for example, a film about the historic formation of the mountains, as well as a museum showing model replicas of the characteristic Black Forest houses.
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Mundenhof

Mundenhof in Freiburg Im Breisgau

Nature park featuring domestic animals from around the world & a 19th-century farm with an eatery. A recreation area has developed here over the last century with many special features and close connections between agriculture, animal enclosures and nature. This is a recreation area has developed here over the last century with many special features and close connections between agriculture, animal enclosures and nature education.
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