The Meyrin’s vivarium, located at the end of the runway at Geneva International Airport, features more than 100 animals of about 50 species of reptiles, amphibians or insects using terrariums. Created in 1992, it is managed by the Elapsoïdea Association.
Free parking directly next to the vivarium.
The entrance fees to the Meyrin vivarium are as follows:
- Adult: 10 francs
- Child (6 to 16 years old): 6 francs
- AHV/IV/students: 8 francs
The animals presented by the vivarium are located on two levels, the ground floor and the basement.
Animals are among the following species:
Lizards, Varans, Geckos.
Pythons, cobras, vipers, rattlesnakes, boas, mambas.
In the Basement, since 2008, there is a large terrarium for the birth of animals.
Other vivariums in French-speaking Switzerland
In addition to the Meyrin vivarium, French-speaking Switzerland has 2 other vivariums.
Zoos in French-speaking Switzerland