Naturzoo can be visited

“The corona wall has to be broken through somehow” – this djelada or blood-breasted baboon at Rhein Nature Zoo is apparently making an effort to do so. But it is not yet that far… Therefore, important precautionary measures still apply. Photo: Gerd Cosse

The NaturZoo can currently only be visited according to the “2G regulation”:

For adults (16 years and older), “2 G” applies (proof vaccinated or recovered).

For children from 6 years and adolescents (up to and including 15 years) “3 G” (proof vaccinated, recovered or tested) applies.

A student ID is valid as proof of testing during school hours. During holidays, the certificate of a current rapid test (citizenship test) is required.

Exceptions only for people who cannot be vaccinated. (with corresponding documentation and daily updated test).

Please also have an identity document ready for inspection.

The rules for visiting the zoo

For the stay in the ZooBistro, the proof according to “2G plus” is required (either vaccinated / recovered and daily test proof or vaccinated / recovered and boosted).

There is NO online booking necessary.

You can visit the NaturZoo WITHOUT prior booking and registration.

Protection & Hygiene

Medical mouth-nose protection must be worn in all buildings and rooms and in crowds.

Make sure there is a minimum distance of 1.5 m to persons outside the household.

Disinfection dispensers are available at the toilets, the petting zoo and the mouse barn.

During your visit to the zoo…

The animal houses, monkey forest and petting zoo as well as the play world “Mäusescheune” are open.

The seal demonstration takes place daily at the times indicated.

The ZooBistro is open. Stay in the ZooBistro only according to the “2 G plus” regulation. Otherwise sale of food and drinks for consumption outside the premises.

Please take care of yourself and others.
Enjoy your visit to the zoo and – stay healthy!