Servion Zoo is the largest zoo in French-speaking or Western Switzerland. Created in 1974, it is still managed by the same family, the Bulliard family.
Large parking lot in front of the Servion Zoo entrance.
The zoo has a surface area of 55’000 m2, equivalent to a dozen football pitches and has about 200 animals of 70 different species. The type of animals is rather from the northern hemisphere as well as more exotic animals such as lions, primates or kangaroos. It may be interesting to note the feeding time of the big cats and bears at the entrance of the zoo.
As well as being the largest zoo in French-speaking or Western Switzerland, Servion Zoo is the only one to offer big cats, particularly tigers and lions.
- Capuchins (monkeys)
- Raccoon Dogs
- Guinea pigs
- Mouflons (sheep)
- Wild Boars
Restaurant and playground
Servion Zoo has a restaurant with a large terrace and an imposing playground that will delight children even more than the zoo itself!
Next to the Servion Zoo is the tropiquarium with torpical animals such as turtles, monitor lizards or large birds.
The entrance fees to Servion Zoo are as follows:
- Adult: 12 francs
- AHV/IV/student: CHF 10
- Children aged 6 to 15 years: 7 francs
Servion’s zoo and tropicarium combination ticket:
- Adult: 20 francs
- AHV/IV/student: 17 francs
- Children aged 6 to 15 years: 11 francs
Webcam towards the Moléson from Servion.
Une vidéo sur le zoo de Servion.