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All-Weather (Allwetter) Zoo

All-Weather (Allwetter) Zoo
Dolphins at the All-Weather Zoo, Münster

Over 3,300 animals and birds, including a walk-in aviary, white rhinoceros, elephants, African panorama, aquarium, and a freely accessible dolphinarium. There is also a Horse Museum, Hippomaxx.

Hours: Open daily from 9am; April - September until 6pm, October and March until 5pm, and November - February until 4pm.

Admission: Adults 12.50 €, Children and youths aged from 3 to 17 years 6.30 €, admission to the dolphinarium and the horse museum is extra.

[ Source: http://www.allwetterzoo.de/englisch ]

Related: http://www.allwetterzoo.de/englisch/index.php
Address: Sentruper Straße 315, 48161 Münster
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