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Monkey mountain

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Alsace maybe famous for its storks, but it is also home to more than 200 Barbary macaques roaming free in a park under the watchful eye of Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle. New visitors are always amazed at how close you can get to the animals. The monkeys are happy to come up to visitors and furtively take a little popcorn from their outstretched hands. The barbary macaques are definitely the kings here - they benefit from a 60 acres beautiful forest and conditions in captivity that mirror the life they would lead in the wild. The park is both fun and educational with guides along the way explaining the behaviour of the monkeys. Since it was opened in 1969, the park has also been an ideal place of study for scientists who wish to understand the social behaviour of our distant cousins.

Monkey mountain
La Wick
67600 Kintzheim

  • Languages spoken : English
  • Languages spoken : German
  • Methods of payment : Holiday vouchers
  • National tourism and disability label : Mental
  • National tourism and disability label : Hearing
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Tourism & handicap label
Hearing, Mental
Length of visit/event
Prices in €
Adult rate 9 €, Child rate 5,50 €, Group rate 7 €, Groups 4,50 €, Etudiant 8 €
Reduced price
Free for children (age limit) : Less than 5, Discounts for children : Children from 5 to 14: 4,50, Other special offers : Adult discount rate: 8
Audience concerned
Closed on
1 january, 25 december, 26 december
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