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Welcome to Bern Animal Park
Opening hours Dählhölzli-Zoo
1 March – 31 October
09.00 h – 18.00 h
01 November – end February
09.00 h – 17.00 h
Open 365 days a year. The ticket office always closes half an hour earlier.
Opening hours BearPark
- OPEN 24/7, 365 DAYS A YEAR
The keepers are there at these times:
every day from 08.00 to 17.00
Entrance fees Dählhölzli-Zoo
- Children from 6 yearsCHF 7.-*
- AdultCHF 11.-*
- FamilysCHF 28.-***
*Prices include a voluntary nature conservation franc (* CHF 1.00 / *** CHF 4.00). Visitors who do not wish to pay this amount can inform the ticket office.
Entrance fees BearPark
- Free admission
Getting to the Dählhölzli-Zoo
Bus line 19 from the main station (near the Bern linen weavers) to the ‘Tierpark’ stop, then turn right into Thormannstrasse. At the edge of the woods, after the three owls, you will find the first orientation map.
Getting to the BearPark
If you catch bus number 12, direction Paul Klee Centre, you can reach the BearPark from Bern’s main station in 6 minutes
More room for diversity
With over 200 species of animals in well-structured, spacious enclosures, our animals are worthy ambassadors of their species and help to fascinate people on multiple sensory levels and raise their awareness of nature. The zoo is open 365 days a year and offers space for leopards, snakes, wolves, monkeys, but also native animals between the enclosures, as well as for people's needs: thrilling experiences, unique encounters, recreation and enjoyment.
To the Dählhölzli Zoo
Located at the foot of Bern's Old Town, the BearPark offers the opportunity to experience bears in an animal-friendly environment. The BearPark is home to the former inhabitants of the Bear Pit. The facility extends over an area of 6000 square metres down to the banks of the Aare.
To the BearPark