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Zoological & Botanical Garden

In 1842, König Wilhelms I allowed a bath house to be built on
the edge of Rosenstein Park. It resembled the Alhambra and the fairytale 1001 Nights palace. Gardens and buildings from the Moorish style surrounded by lakes and streams - a real sight to behold.

During the Second World War, however, the old, historical Wilhelma was destroyed. Even today, despite the destruction,
the Wilhelma is worth seeing - The zoological and botanical
garden has something for everyone. Especially in the summer months when the ponds are full of water lilies the magic of the olden days comes to life.


Subway - U14, Stop Wilhelma, U13, Stop Rosensteinbrücke
Bus - No. 52, 55, and 56, Stop Rosensteinbrücke

Car and Bicycle:
Follow the signs with the "elephant"

 Public Transport


Paid parking is available in a parking garage on Neckartalstraße near the main entrance.
On Sundays and holidays in the summer, the parking garage hear Mahle by Glockenstraße is available for use. When parking here enter the zoo through the entrance on Pragstraße.

Buses with groups of more than 15 people can park free (near the main entrance)

Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the zoo.


Zoological-Botanical Garden
Postfach 50 12 27
Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt

Tel.: 0711 / 54 02-0
Fax: 0711 / 54 02-222

The Wilhelma is open daily throughout the entire year.

The current opening hours & prices can be found by visiting


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