Schönbrunn Zoo opens: FFP2 mandatory and fewer visitors

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On February 8, Vienna’s Schönbrunn Zoo will also reopen its gates to visitors. However, Corona rules such as the wearing of FFP2 masks and a maximum of 1,500 visitors at the same time will apply.

“Our visitors can experience the new female orangutans Sari and Surya and our bull elephant Tembo for the first time. Of course, many are dying to see the koala girl Millaa Millaa. Visitors will be amazed at how big the cheetah cubs, elephant girl Kibali and polar bear girl Finja have already grown,” says zoo director Stephan Hering-Hagenbeck.

Fewer visitors allowed – online tickets recommended
According to current knowledge, the 20-square-meter rule per visitor could apply to the entire Schönbrunn Zoo. This would mean that a maximum of 1,500 visitors would be allowed in the zoo at the same time. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to buy tickets online in advance and also to reserve admission times for annual tickets.

FFP2 mask obligation at Schönbrunn Zoo
To anyone who has the opportunity, the zoo recommends visiting the zoo during the week. For the visit to polar bear and Co. applies, as in public transport, the official obligation to wear a FFP2 mask – not only indoors, but from the current point of view also outdoors. The desert house at the gates of the zoo will also be open. The zoo’s food court will offer take-away at several locations. Events, tours and annotated show feedings will not take place. The zoo will open a majority of its houses: Koala House, ORANG.erie, Aquarium-Terrarium House, Giraffe House, Polar Dome and the historic Monkey House, which currently resembles a nursery.

  • source: vienna.at/picture: stadt-wien.at
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