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Zoo Berlin - Admission adult

Description

Opened in 1844, the Zoo Berlin is the oldest zoo in Germany. With currently over 18,600 animals it is also the most species-rich zoo in the world. Apart from the famous stars such as hippos, giraffes, elephants and apes you can also see many unknown animals here. Exciting and commented feedings and shows attract visitors from all over the world.

The Pandas
Since it opened in 1844, the zoo has had many famous animals – from Bobby the gorilla to Knut the polar bear.
Bao Bao and Yan Yan were everybody’s favourites at the zoo, but since the pair died, the zoo hasn’t had any pandas. Now, talks are done with China, and a pair of pandas will be moving into the zoo in summer 2017. A new enclosure in the style of a Chinese musical pavilion is already built.


Admission:
Regular: € 14,50 from 01.07.2017 15,50€
Children (4-15 years): € 7,50 from 01.07.2017 8,00€
Children under 4 years: free

Opening hours:
01.01.-27.02. daily 9.00 – 16.30 o’clock (entrance until 15.30 o’clock)
28.02.-26.03. daily 9.00 – 18.00 o’clock (entrance until 17.00 o’clock)
27.03.-24.09. daily 9.00 – 18.30 o’clock (entrance until 17.00 o’clock)
25.09.-29.10. daily 9.00 – 18.00 o’clock (entrance until 17.00 o’clock)
30.10.-31.12. daily 9.00 – 16.30 o’clock (entrance until 15.30 o’clock)

Address:
Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin

Visitors‘ entrance:
Löwentor (Hardenbergplatz) and Elefantentor (Budapester Straße)

How to get there by public transport:
U-Bahn line 2, 9 until Zoologischer Garten
U-Bahn line 1,9 until Kurfürstendamm
S-Bahn line 5, 7, 75, 9 until Zoologischer Garten

Availabilities & prices

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

15,50 €
per unit

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