In Scandinavian Wildlife park you can meet polar bears, brown bears, wolves, eagles, deer and many other nordic species. They all have plenty of space, but the park is designed so our guests still get really close to the animals.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can experience the worlds largest landliving predator in a unique polar bear park.
Brown bears have many names, but in Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet the European Brown Bear up close.
The wolf has returned to Denmark, and in Scandinavian Wildlife Park there's a guarantee of getting a closer look.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can experience the worlds largest sea eagle: The Steller's sea eagle!
Przewalski-heste er det tætteste vi idag kommer på en ægte vildhest, og du kan møde dem i Skandinavisk Dyrepark.
The muskox looks like a forhistoric animal. In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet them in their big enclosure.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet the classic red fox with a white tip of the tail.
The polecat that you will meet in Scandinavian Wildlife Park is the same that lives in the wild in Denmark.
The moose can weigh up to 500 kg. In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet the worlds largest deer.
The fallow deer in Scandinavian Wildlife Park are very tame and come extremely close.
The red deer is the largest species of deer in Denmark, and you can see them in Scandinavian Wildlife Park.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can in 2021 again meet reindeer in completely new surroundings.
Denmark is the only Scandinavian country with wild Sika deer and you can also meet them in Scandinavian Wildlife Park.
The roe deer is Denmark's and Scandinavian Wildlife Park's smallest deer.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet wild boars in all sizes. Right from the huge boar, to the small piglets.
Our sweet and family friendly pygmy goats are found by the big playground - and you can go in and feed the goats.
In Scandinavian Wildlife Park you can meet Denmarks only venomous snake. The viper has a zig-zag pattern down their back
The grass snake is not venomous, even though it has two bright yellow spots on it's neck.