Nature Reserve and Wildlife Park Goldau
Sika deer, mouflon and Syrian brown bear: at Goldau Zoo, young explorers can observe their favorite animals close up.
Around 1,000 animals over an area of 42 hectaresLarge area with free-roaming sika deer and mouflonsEnclosures designed to resemble the natural habitats
Animal feeding sessions with commentary
Goldau Nature Park and Zoo, which was founded in 1925, is now home to around 100 indigenous and European animal species. The zoo is situated between Lake Zug and Lake Lauerz on the site where in 1806 a natural disaster occurred, the “Goldau landslide”.
In a huge, enclosed open-air area, visitors come into direct contact with sika deer and mouflons and can even feed them. Park Rangers and zoo experts offer guided tours and workshops, and rare species, such as the Syrian brown bear and the bearded vulture, are successfully bred here.
The Grüne Gans restaurant and other gastronomic offers ensure that visitors have plenty to eat and drink.
|Children (6–16 years)||CHF 10|
November 1 – March 31
Daily, 9.00am – 5.00pm
April 1 – October 31
Daily, 9.00am – 6.00pm