The Apenheul is a zoo in Apeldoorn with mainly monkeys. The Apenheul is located in a forest and special is that many monkeys could walk around freely between the visitors. The Apenheul opened in 1971.
Apenheul sightseeing: Monkeys that walk around freely come in contact with visitors in the Apenheul. This is special, but visitors also need to be careful with their belongings and food. More dangerous monkeys have a place on islands and in sheds and cages. A visit to the Apenheul is educational and a nice day for adults and children.
Orang-utans Monkeys walking around Monkeys in trees
Apenheul admission: The entrance fee for adults is €19,50, for children (3-12 years) and disabled adults €17,50. The Apenheul is open from March 25th until October 27th 2013. Opening hours: daily open from 10:00 until 17:00 (between July 1st and August 31st until 18:00).
How to get to the Apenheul: By car: take exit 19 at the A1 and follow Apeldoorn. Go left after 2km and follow the signs ‘Apenheul’. From A50 take exit 25 / Apeldoorn-Noord and follow Apeldoorn. Go right after 3km and follow the signs ‘Apenheul’. Parking costs €6,- a car. Public transport: take bus 2 from Apeldoorn Station to Apenheul. After 15-20 minutes you reach the park. You can also plan your trip here and read more about using public transport here.
Go to the website from the Apenheul for more information.
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