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We went to the zoo on a rainy day in July. It's a small place with mostly farm animals to look at. The kids enjoyed watching the seals most of all. There are a few rides too, but we didn't bother to pay the extra money for that. We were a bit dissapointed because there was no option to ride... 更多
We went there on a sunny afternoon, and had a nice day with kids. You should decide beforehand wherher you and/or your kids want access to the rides. In case you do, you need to buy either an all day pass or tickets for the rides, in addition to the entrance tickets. I recommend all day passes for the kids.... 更多
I really don't know why they bothered making this place...it will be a shock for most Europeans..the animals certainly aren't benefitting from it....they have a few bugs spiders and lizards...horses ..3 seals...poultry..ruminants..4 reindeer and 2 arctic foxes....everything looks healthy enough but it's a drab miserable place and the enclosures are very small....it's next to the kids park...when we went it... 更多
the zoo is very small but is included in the admission with the reykjavik city card. there are a couple of animals i havent seen before in uk zoos (not that im an expert on uk zoos) including an arctic fox and reindeer. this is the reason i cam to the zoo and i wasn't disappointed. it was lovely to... 更多
We got to see the animals close up as there were very few people around. The seals were brilliant but some of the other animals didn't seem to have much room to move around but maybe that's because it's winter. The best thing about it was the fun park which was big and probably great fun in the summer. Everything... 更多
Felt sorry for the animals. Small enclosures with no room for them to move. Horses were on gravel and all the enclosures looked like they needed a good sorting out. There was als very few animals or attractions opened. Literally spent thirty minutes in and we were done, felt sorry for the animals who had nothing to do but look... 更多
We were looking for something to do & had a Reykjavik City Card so we opted to visit the zoo. It was nice to see the domestic animals up close (been October most of them are indoors) very little reason to visit otherwise. The foreign reptile exhibitit seemed to be closed which was a little disappointing.