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Zoo Veldhoven

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Really nice, visit again

Really nice to visit! Owner and staff do everything to get a good home for the animals, Not just... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Veldhoven, The Netherlands
Nice overview

The Park is that big for an 3 hours entertainmet in terms of looking at parrot's. 't's accesible... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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Wintelresedijk 51, 5507 PP Veldhoven, The Netherlands
+31 40 737 0385
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were not expecting such a lovely place when we saw it online. The park has loads of birds that you can feed and hold. The birds are very tame and will happily sit on your hand as you feed them. The larger caged birds...More

Thank Lisa R
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Really nice to visit! Owner and staff do everything to get a good home for the animals, Not just parrots. Which are ALL saved parrots(and other birds) from people who could, or didn't wanr, to take care for the animals. They continually are improving the...More

Thank debuurvrouw02
Reviewed 23 November 2017 via mobile

Nice place . You can pet the birds and see a lot .. it’s small but nice and social. You can go inside and hold the birds and also the ring tailed lemurs . Was really a nice time. I returned a month later and...More

Thank Jessica J
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

In a previous review I called this a bird park plus. And that is what it still is, but it is getting better all the time. You feed the parrots nuts on a stick, the parakeets food from your hand, you feed the fish, walk...More

Thank Anco M
Reviewed 11 July 2017

The Park is that big for an 3 hours entertainmet in terms of looking at parrot's. 't's accesible for wheelchairs. The price is worth while. It's also possible to donate a cage for birds.

Thank 870traveller
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

We like to visit Zoo Veldhoven once a year when visiting the (grand)parents. We always like it there, not so much as a zoo, but rather as a bird park with some other animals. The great differentiator remains the rescued parrots that can be fed...More

Thank Anco M
Reviewed 26 August 2016

The parklike area of the Zoo adds to the relaxed experience of almost walking in a forrest. On a lot of spots are benches to sit down and observe the birds. THe fact that you are allowed to feed most of the animals makes it...More

Thank Hannie P
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

We visited with both kids and teens and both really enjoyed the day. Feeding the birds was enjoyable for all, and the older kids liked the birds of prey. We will definitely visit again.

Thank Fofnfksg
Reviewed 27 May 2016

Focused on birds, but with a small collection of other animals, I had a lovely time. Due to the low traffic, the zoo allows visitors to feed the animals (with a strict list of approved food items, or with available-for-purchase low fat cedar nuts). This...More

Thank ALoneLocust
Reviewed 27 July 2015

I would rather call it a parc than a zoo...it's rather small which is good for younger children. A large variety of mainly parrots can be observed and fed (nuts can be bought at cashier, or fruit from home), there are a few other animal...More

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