Nordkette Innsbruck combo ticket for Alpine Zoo and Hungerburg funicular
- Reach the Nordkette mountain range in just a few minutes from Innsbruck city centre
- Visit European's highest-lying zoo, the Alpenzoo, located at the foot of the Nordkette. Experience the alpine animal world with more than 2,000 animals and 150 species
- The top also provides spectacular views over the rooftops of the Tyrolian capital city as well as the surrounding mountains
- The new Hungerburg Funicular was designed by star architect Zaha Hadid in 2007
What could be nicer on a quiet, sunny day than a trip to the zoo with the family, your partner or even on your own? The Alpine Zoo is on the sunny side of the Inn Valley, directly at the foot of the Nordkette, above the rooftops of Innsbruck. The zoo is the only one of its kind worldwide. At 750 meters (about .5 miles), it is Europe’s highest-lying zoo, but it is also easy to get to and not far from the city center. Just take the modern Hungerburg funicular to the top. The funicular has its own station very close to the zoo entrance and is very popular among families.
There are many different animals waiting to be seen at the zoo such as lynx, eagles, fish, and birds, as well as wolves and bears. The lovingly laid out zoo covers an area of 4 hectares and is home to around 2,000 animals from 150 different species. The animals live in enclosures which have been specially designed to resemble conditions in the wild. Spring is a particularly interesting time to visit because that is when young animals are born and there is usually a lot going on! At the petting area, rare and local species of cows, pigs, goats and sheep can be seen up close.
One of the highlights is definitely the bears. Fortunately, these shy animals are not often encountered in the wild, but you can visit 'Martina' and 'Ander' any time at the Alpine Zoo.
The ride with the Hungerburgbahn starts at the Station Congress near the center of Innsbruck and brings you in 5 minutes to the Station Alpine Zoo, then back again after your zoo visit.
- Round trip with the funicular Innsbruck-Hungerburg
- Alpine Zoo ticket
- Guided tour
- Cable car ticket for the higher located stops
- Infants ages 0-3: free
- Children ages 4-5: reduced
- Children ages 6-15: reduced
- Youth ages 16-17: reduced
- Senior ages 65+: reduced
Rennweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Take the funicular from the station in front of the Congress Center, Rennweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck
- It's important to bring a printed copy of your voucher with you
- Tour is wheelchair accessible
- Dogs are not allowed in the Alpine Zoo
- The funicular departs daily every 15 minutes
- Open 8.00am-7.15pm
- Closed due to Revision 5-23 November 2018
- Alpine Zoo is open: 9.00am-6.00pm (April-October) and 9.00am-5.00pm (November-March)
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