What are the opening hours of the Hoenderdaell Estate?
The animal park is opened seven days a week – from April 1st until October 31st from 9.30 am until 17.30 pm, and from November 1st until May 31st from 9.30 pm until 17.00 pm. The park is closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day.
What is the entry fee?
Day ticket: € 12 per person at the entrance and online € 11 (1 April – 31 October)
Day ticket: € 11 per person at the entrance and online € 10 (1 November – 31 March)
Children 3-4 years old: € 5 per person
Children 1-2 years old: free
Annual pass: € 25 per person
Annual pass children 3 and 4 years old: € 12,50 per person
Annual family pass: € 75 per family (two adults and a maximum of three children up to and including the age of 15)
ATTENTION: ANNUAL TICKETS ARE PERSONAL AND CAN ONLY BE RENEWED AT THE ENTRANCE KIOSK!
Where can I buy tickets?
Entry tickets for the Hoenderdaell animal park can be ordered through our webshop and at the ticket kiosk at the entrance of the park. You can pay with a debit card or in cash.
Where can I park?
Near the entrance of the estate is a large car park, which is also accessible for busses. Parking is free of charge. At the gate is also a parking facility for bicycles, which are not allowed into the park.
Is the estate accessible for disabled people?
Yes, the path are suitable for wheelchairs and there are toilets for disabled persons in the park. The route through the park is 2.5 kilometers, but there are benches along the paths.
Can I feed the animals?
It is not allowed to feed the animals on the estate with your own food. At the entrance you can buy food for the lories, and at set times visitors can help feed the ring-tailed lemurs on the monkey island with the food provided by the keepers. Check the feeding times on the notice boards in the park.
For more information, take a look at the website page Ring-tailed lemurs.
Are dogs allowed on the Hoenderdaell Estate?
No, dogs are not allowed.
How can we find our way through the park?
See the map of the animal park or consult the map boards in the park.
Do you have another question? Contact the estate.