Corona info

As a visitor, you will experience several different actions to ensure that we can take good care of each other and that we can follow all applicable guidelines.

You can safely visit Scandinavian Wildlife Park. Here you will find 470,000 m2 of authentic danish nature, lots of air and plenty of space to enjoy an outing with the familiy and at the same time follow all the guidelines from the National Board of Health.

All is very close to normal

Most of Scandinavian Wildlife Park looks the same, but there are a few changes. Several places in the park will meet signs that will remind all of us all to adhere to a few simple guidelines. All predator feedings are cancelled and you will se lots of hand sanitizer dispensers, plexiglass plates at the cashiers and distance markers. To start with it’s not allowed to feed the fallow deer and goats

Practical info

  • Do you need to book in advance?
    No, it is not necessary to book a ticket in advance. We have plenty of room for our guests, so there is no risk of not being able to enter the park. 
  • Predator feedings and sea eagle show is cancelled

    Unfortunately, since we are not allowed to conduct activities where we exceed the assembly ban, it is unfortunately not possible for us to go throught with our predator feeding or the sea eagle show. The feeding program is therefore canceled.

    You can meet our skilled and dedicated guides in the park and they are happy to tell you about the many exciting animals. Sometimes you will also be lucky enough to meet a guide or animal keeper who is feeding the animals.

  • You are not allowed to feed the fallow deer and goats

    Although there is no indication that deer and goats can be infected with Corona, many guests come in physical contact with our deer and goats when they are hand-fed. We have therefore decided to be extra careful.
    We will continuously assess the situation and possibly open up hand feeding during the season

See video from the park here:

Follow the recommendations:

We encourage everyone to follow the official recommendations of the Danish authorities.