Mini Zoo
An enclosure reigned by the snow-white peacock named Frosty

If you are an animal lover, we not only offer the observation of the exotic beauty of the butterflies living in the butterfly house. You can also visit the adjacent mini petting zoo free of charge.

Göttingen minipigs will charm you with their playfulness and curiousness. Cameroon dwarf goats are always ready to be petted, and our Shetland ponies love the fact that they do not have to work in the mines like their predecessors did. 😉

All inhabitants of the enclosure are ruled by Frosty the Peacock, who walks freely through the entire Diana grounds, so you can personally encounter him and admire his prideful walk up close and personal.

Free admission to the enclosure

Free admission
to the enclosure

Ponies, minipigs, and goats

Ponies, minipigs,
and goats

Peacocks freely moving about the grounds

Peacocks freely
moving about the grounds 

We feed the animals every afternoon

We feed the animals
every afternoon

Plan a trip to Diana - all practical information in one spot

Operating hours
January - March
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 18:00
May - September Today
09:00 - 19:00
09:00 - 18:00
November - December
09:00 - 17:00

The enclosure is accessible free of charge

Interesting facts about the animals here?

Cameroon dwarf goats can climb trees, Shetland ponies were used for pulling heavy burdens in English mines, Göttingen minipigs were originally bred for medical experiments, and Frosty the snow-white peacock is not an albino. His is a rare form of colouring of the Indian peafowl.

Can we pet the animals?

Yes. If the animals approach you at the fence, you can pet them. However, although our animals are nice and calm, carefulness (especially with children) is always fitting.

Can we feed the animals?

We are sorry, but to protect the animals’ health, it is forbidden to feed the animals. But do not fear, we care for our animals well and expertly.

Can we actually enter the enclosure and walk amongst the animals?

At the moment, no. However, follow our website or FB, because we are planning on a full-contact mini zoo at Diana in the future.