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You can see the whole zoo in 30-45 minutes. Not too many animals, but interesting to see what a zoo in a country different from yours is like. My 3 year old loved it. She got to feed a reindeer and she loved riding the...更多
We stumbled onto this park while walking through the Botanical gardens nearby. The zoo is very small and more of an exhibit, which is good considering they are animals out of their natural habitat. The kids were able to see artic foxes. We walked over...更多
My husband and I visited the zoo and gardens while on holiday last week. We had checked the website for the entrance fee and it said Ellilifeyrisbegar-fritte which we translated and means retired free. As we are both over 67 it should have been free...更多
Not your standard zoo by any means. Mostly farm animals. The park portion of the zoo, however, was surprisingly fun for the kids. Zorbs on water and motorized bumper boats were amongst my 11 and 13 year olds' favorites.
The zoo is small and focuses on the animals that live in Iceland, so it's not a very exotic mix. There isn't much for education about the animals. However, there is a sweet Norse mythology themed carousel and the animal exhibits are clean and nice...更多
The animal exhibits themselves are not great. They are very small. Also, not the greatest for tourists as all the info and presentations are in Icelandic. However, the family park is wonderful. We enjoyed the playground, trampoline, and garden. It was a very nice afternoon.
Relatively inexpensive (for Reykjavik), but a ton of things to do for children under 10. Our kids loved the animals, the rides and the playground. Contrary to almost anywhere else in the world, the food at the snack bar was actually less expensive in the...更多
I took our 15 month old while my wife was busy with work - the zoo and park are perfect for little ones! There are not a ton of animals, but the zoo portion is quaint and intimate. The animals they do have (horses, seals,...更多