The Wilhelma zoological and botanical gardens in Stuttgart

The 30-hectare Wilhelma botanical and zoological gardens in Stuttgart offers both impressive collections and elements of 19th century architecture.

The Wilhelma zoological and botanical gardens in Stuttgart

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Whether you are alone for a business trip or with your family visiting the region, during your stay in your fully equipped aparthotel in Stuttgart, enjoy discovering one of the most emblematic sites in the city: the Wilhelma botanical and zoological gardens, which will appeal to young and old alike.

Explore one of the largest zoological and botanical gardens in Europe

Originally created for King William I in the mid-19th century, the Wilhelma Garden was at that time a Moorish garden. Today, home to more than 10,000 animals from 1,000 different species from all over the world over 280,000 m², it has become one of the largest gardens in Europe. You will have the opportunity to admire rare animals such as polar bears, African gorillas, Himalayan goats, spider monkeys and rhinos, who all flourish in an environment which perfectly imitates their natural habitats. 

During your visit, watch the birds in the aviaries and be sure to admire the butterflies, tarantulas and fossils in the insectarium.

An enchanting botanical garden

Comprising thousands of different plant varieties, head to the botanical garden for a change of scenery. In this environment reminiscent of the tropical forests of South America, you will have plenty of time to marvel at many families of orchids, cacti, exotic fruits, succulents and tree-like ferns. It's impossible to miss the imposing Titan arum, straight from Sumatra.

A garden that has everything

Located at Wilhelmaplatz 13 in Stuttgart, fifteen minutes from the city centre and close to the subway, this year-round garden looks after visitors with three restaurants, each with an indoor and outdoor space and a wide range of different dishes.  Children, students and families can take advantage of reduced rates.