There is no need to buy a ticket in advance – we have plenty of room for all our guests!
- Summer tickets
During the summer holidays you can buy admission tickets at half price.
Offer valid from June 27th to August 9th.
Summer ticket, adult: DKK 95.00
Summer ticket, children (3-11 years incl.): DKK 47.50
Summer ticket, toddlers (0-2 years): Free
Summer ticket, senior (65+ years): DKK 85.00
The entrance ticket is only valid on the day of the visit.
- Entrance fees 2020
The ticket is only valid on the day of the visit
Adults: DKK 190,00, EURO 24,00
Children (3-11 years incl.): DKK 95,00, EURO 13,00
Small children (0-2 years): Free
Seniors (65+ years): DKK 170,00, EURO 22,00
- Season pass 2020
Free entrance to the park during normal opening hours in the period from the 9th of April to the 18th of October 2020.
Upgrade your ticket to a season pass
A season pass is an addition to your entrance ticket.
The offer applies to all types of tickets and must be bought on the day of your visit.
The season pass is personal, and only valid along with photo identification.
A season pass filled with memories
There is always something new to see in Scandinavian Wildlife Park, so it may be a good idea to come by more than once. With a season pass you can visit the park as often as you want throughout the season and not miss a thing.
Watch a red deer calf be born in the spring, experience the polar bears cool off in the big lake on a hot summer day, and feel the beat of a wing from a sea eagle in the strong autumn wind. You have a unique opportunity to experience how the seasons change for scandinavian wildlife.
You can also use the park as a small breather and let the kids relax on the large playground, while enjoying a cup of coffee at one of the many picnic tables. Afterwards, you can go by and greet your favorite animal, and maybe have a little talk with one of the guides, who is always up to date with the latest stories from the animal world.
The possibilities are endless, and they are best utilized in peace and quiet with a season pass in hand.
- Group entrance fees 2020
Group ticket, adult: DKK 165,00 per person
Group ticket, children (3-11 years incl.): DKK 80,00 per person
Children age 0-2 are free.
The discounted rate is only valid for groups of 20 or more paying visitors.
Payment needs to be made as a group, either at arrival or we can send you a bill if arranged before the visit.
- Dog parking
You are not allowed to take your dog with you, when you visit Scandinavian Wildlife Park, because on your way through the park, you have to walk through some of the animal enclosures. But to accomodate all dog loving visitors, we have a built a dog pen with 4 seperate pens.
It’s placed under some trees for shadow not far from the entrance. All the pens have a roof and shielding sides so that they can’t see the neighbouring dog. There’s also a bowl for water and running water by the pens.
- It is not possible to book dog pens in advance.
- We do not take responsibility for your dog while in the dog pen.
- When you rent a pen, you will be asked to fill out a form with contact information and you will then be given a lock and key for the dog pen.
- You can come and check on your dog as often as you would like during your visit.
- Booking and payment upon arrival in the park.
- Picnic areas
There are lots picnic tables by the Wolf Park, the Loghouse Café, the polar bear minishop and the minishop by the eagles. All are free to use. Many of the picnic tables are sheltered from the rain or sun (not by the Wolf Park).
By the playground is a huge sheltered area, where you can see both the playground and the red deer park.
Near the Loghouse Café you’ll find a gas grill free to use for all our guests. The café will start the grill upon request. Note, that the grill will take about 20 minutes to warm up.
It’s also possible to buy one of our DIY grill menus from the Café.
See the grill menus here
- Bring your own food
You’re more than welcome to bring a packed lunch for your outing in Scandinavian Wildlife Park. You can transport it in one of our handcarts, or you can go out to get it in your car, when you’re ready to eat.
- Reserve picnic table or grill
As a rule, booking is not necessary. The grill is large and there is room for several groups grilling at the same time. If you are a large group or you would like to be able to grill at a certain time, we recommend booking in advance.You may want to bring food to the grill from home, but of course it is also possible to order DIY grill menus from The Loghouse Café.
Reservation is usually not necessary as there are a lot of picnic tables in the park and we have never experienced guests that are unable find a place to sit. However, if you are a larger group, or if you want to sit a certain place, we recommend booking in advance.
Reserve picnic table or grill:
Tel: 86 39 13 33
- Rent electric scooter
It’s possible to rent an electric scooter in Scandinavian Wildlife Park.
The electric scooter has a battery capacity of around 3 hours, and can easily transport you the whole way through the park.
Tel.: 0045 86 39 13 33
- Borrow wheelchair
It’s possible to borrow a wheelchair in Scandinavian Wildlife Park.Lej elscooter
Our 2 traditional wheelchairs have wheels that are well suited for the paths in the park.
Tel.: 0045 86 39 13 33
- Rent a handcart
At the entrance you can rent a handcart to transport your bags and lunchpack around the wildlife park.
The animals in Scandinavian Wildlife Park has a lot of space, and this means that the walk around the park can get a little long. Especially our youngest visitors sometimes need a little rest, and a handcart can bring a much needed brake for tiny legs.
DKK 50,00 per cart
EURO 7,00 per cart
Scandinavian Wildlife Park is a piece of Scandinavian nature, and you experience the animals by walking on the paths and boardwalks. The walk around the park is around 3-4 kilometers long.
The paths are gravel, and it’s possible to move around in a wheelchair or electric scooter. Please ask at the entrance for the optimal route to take through the park.
The entrances to the entrance building, Polar Bear Park, Wolf Park, Brown Bear Park, Café and restrooms are all accessible by wheelchair.