Wilhelma is the largest zoo and botanical garden in Europe. It was built by the former King William I of Baden-Württemberg. There are more than 8,000 animals and more than 5,000 plants in the park. There are often groups of primary school students here to organize visits. It is very cute .
The scenery of the Zoological and Botanical Garden is also very commendable to me. This place is a very harmonious environment with animals and plants. You can see many beautiful scenery here. It is very comfortable to walk here. The temperature and humidity are well controlled. suitable.
It's really worth going to the zoo/botanical garden. The happiest trip to this city is to go to this place. There are so many great things. Students, children and the elderly can have discount tickets, remember to bring your student ID. First of all, I look at the plants. There are so many and interesting things. I feel that I have already bought the plant tickets and it is very worthwhile. There are various animals in the back, and they are very clean! I really enjoyed shopping that day. There is a fast food restaurant inside, you can eat their local sausages, which is not expensive. They will give you a map and follow the map to see all of my things. It is recommended to go there early in the morning. It feels like it takes a day to visit all the places.
Super big zoo and botanical gardens, great place to take kids
The Zoological and Botanical Garden is worth a visit. It is the only large-scale garden in Germany that is compatible with animals and plants. There are many rare animals and plants, and some endangered animals, such as okapi, Malayan tapir, rhino, as well as bamboo leaves, crocodile, and various Colorful marine fish, etc. The cutest is the penguin area. You can also pet the little penguins gently. It is a large garden worth visiting many times.
Preston_Dominguez: Wilhelma 13 | Neckartalstrasse, 70376 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden,Rosensteinpark,Unterer Schlossgarten,Mittlerer Schlossgarten,Weissenhof-Museum im Haus Le Corbusier