As close as you can get to real jungle
When you enter the St. Martins Research Station you are confronted by a unique and fascinating world. Plants hang from the ceiling, insects are gigantic and quite tame, frogs have what look like coral fingers and there are more fish swimming in the aquarium than you could ever count.
150 m² stand ready to be discovered - so get pottering around, trying out and laughing. And right next to it there's a small "Zoo School", where you can experience the wonders of nature first-hand.
DISCOVER THE PROGRAMME FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS:
TIP: Book your time at the research station ahead of time to be sure of getting a spot.
Within the programmes for which payment must be made, children are supervised for the full duration of the programme by our qualified environment and zoo education experts. Parents do not need to be in attendance during the programme.
In our Workshop at the Research Station parents have the opportunity to get creative together with their children.
IMPORTANT: Advance notification is needed for all programmes. Apply at: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by telephone +43 2172 20 500 1607 or +43 2172 20 500 1671
Reservations can also be made at certain times in the Research Station, at the Safari Info-window, at the Lodge reception and at the Guest Relations Desk in the spa. The general cancellation conditions apply.
OPENING TIMES RESEARCH STATION
|During school term||Holidays/Public holidays|
|Monday - Friday||10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.||10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.|
|Saturday - Sunday||10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.||10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.|
the butterfly and its transformation
Do butterflies only fly from flower to flower during the day? And why do they have a proboscis even though they are not an elephant? Are all butterflies colorful? Many questions that are solved in a playful and exciting way!
the bee as a pollinator
Blooming flowers and buzzing bees are seemingly everywhere in our meadows. Discover with us the secret life of our wild bees and how to protect them!
butterflies and bees mini for toddlers
Colorful butterflies and buzzing bees are everywhere to see! But where do they sleep and what do they like to eat? Come to the research station to learn about the life of these insects in a playful way.
An adult companion is desired for this program and is free of charge.