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Experience animals up close

All the world is a zoo? Fantastic – then you should use your time in Kufsteinerland to explore our (somewhat non-typical) world of animals in Kufsteinerland. Treat your body and mind to a relaxing break with a difference.

Fohlenhof Ebbs

The Fohlenhof Ebbs is the world’s oldest and most significant Haflinger stud farm. It was originally created from agricultural land at Wagrain Castle in Ebbs. Today some 100 Haflinger horses live at the modern and spacious stud farm at the foot of the Zahmer Kaiser. You can see the young stallions in the two riding arenas, stables with horse boxes and animal pens. Summer show programmes are held in the Fohlenhof arena with seating for 3,500 people. The attached museum provides information about the Haflingers, their use, the success of the studs and the large events which have taken place in the past. Over the summer months when the young horses are out in the meadows, you can watch the herds of mares with their foals as well as the stallions.


  • Time: All year round, daily from 09.00 - 17.00
  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour
  • Meeting place: Fohlenhof Ebbs in 6341 Ebbs
  • Costs: Adults without guest card EUR 8.00 | adults with guest card EUR 7.00 | guided tour fee per group plus admission fee EUR 40.00 | 1 admission per person and stay to the Fohlenhof Ebbs including museum free of charge with the KufsteinerlandCard.
  • Languages: German and English
  • No. of participants: Unlimited
Tyrolean Haflinger horses at the Fohlenhof in Ebbs

Rarity Zoo Ebbs

The Rarity Zoo Ebbs is home to animals from all over the world which live at the heart of Tyrol’s natural landscape in Kufsteinerland, at the edge of the forest near Ebbs. The privately managed zoo provides a habitat for 70 exotic animal species including some very rare and endangered species. The Raritätenzoo Ebbs is home to more exotic animals than any other zoo in Tyrol. Over 500 animals have found their home here with red kangaroos living alongside pot-bellied pigs. But take note: some of the animals have free roam of the 25,000 m2 site. They are not dangerous but might take you by surprise! The kiosk offers small treats for visitors – and some for the animals too!


  • Time: End of March – start of November, Daily from 09.00 - 18.00, last admission 17.00
  • Duration: As long as you want!
  • Meeting place: Car park at the Raritätenzoo Ebbs in 6341 Ebbs
  • Costs: Adults EUR 11.00 | Groups of 15 or more EUR 9.40
  • Languages: German and English
  • No. of participants: Unlimited
A nice destination, the rarity zoo in Ebbs

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