Dublin ZooCurrently Closed
- Address: Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland
- Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +353-14748900
- Ticket Price: 16 EUR
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Park, Zoo, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
Dublin Zoo is the most prominent and well known zoo in Ireland which plays hosts to thousands of visitors every month. Being very spacious this zoo is able to be home to many animals of belonging to several different species from around the globe. It is divided into many sections depending on the different kinds of species available there.
Tiger, Elephant, Giraffe, Lions, Tortoise as well as different kinds of birds and snakes are present in the Dublin Zoo. Mammals like Monkeys; Invertebrates like Jellyfish, Insects, Worms, Snails, Lobsters, and Spiders are common public attractions of the zoo.
If you are travelling with the family you can plan a whole day trip and carry a picnic to the garden area of the zoo. Located in Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin city, it is one of world’s oldest zoos where many educational researches take place. It is also dedicated towards the preservation of the environment. Many rare and endangered species have been protected in the zoo. As wildlife conservation is a massive job, the Dublin zoo in collaboration with other world class zoos carry out the responsibility.
Being the largest zoo in Dublin, the place is quite popular among the folks and travellers alike. The place can be visited by paying certain amount of Dublin Zoo Ticket Prices. The Dublin Zoo Tickets can be availed both- online and offline. It will be wise to visit early if you are going to Buy Tickets for Dublin Zoo from the premises. Otherwise, the best option is to Book Tickets for Dublin Zoo online, which is not only convenient but timesaving as well. The Dublin Zoo Ticket Costs are different for different age categories. Check the website prior visiting to avoid unnecessary hassles.
- You can buy tickets online.
- Barring some of the older buildings, most of the zoo is wheelchair accessible.
- Drinking water is available inside the zoo.
- Adult: €17
- Child 3 years and older and under 16 (must be accompanied by an adult): €12.20
- Child under 3: Free
- Senior Citizens: €13.20
- Child with Special Needs: €5.90
- Adult with Special Needs: €9.30
- Student (Must show valid student ID card): €13.20
- Visit the official website for other price details.
- Last Admission at 3:30 pm.
- African Plains: It Will be Close at 4 pm.
- African Plains- It Will be Close at 4:30pm.
March to September:
- African Plains: At 5.30 pm.
- Last Admission at 4.30 pm.
- African Plains: It Will be Close at 5pm.
November and December:
- Last Admission at 3 pm.
- African Plains: It Will be Close at 3.30 pm.
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64.36% of people who visit Dublin include Dublin Zoo in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
37.06% of people start their Dublin Zoo visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Dublin Zoo
93.91% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dublin Zoo
Went to see Wild Lights last night and it was such a lovely evening out! Much bigger than I expected and beautifully designed. Great for families! Just be aware you can't see the animals, just the lights.
There is no proper rooms for people to watch the animals .. i prefer if there was rooms inside the animals spaces to watch them all around .. and also air conditioned rooms .. they make a lot of money.. i enjoyed watching Gorillas in the closed room .. it was warm there .. I spent 30 minutes there watching what the Gorillas doing.. i would love if i could do this with wolves and other animals
Lovely zoo and the animals looked pretty happy. They were in herds and there were quite a few young animals so good to see. My kids loved it too and as we went during the week it was pretty quiet. Nice wee tea room outside too which is good to go in before you head in.
Went here when it was nice and quiet. The zoo was empty but the animals were out in force. I'd advise to try and go when it is that little bit quieter as there was still a bit of a crowd around the tigers and wolves
I really enjoyed the Zoo much more than expected. There were lots of information boards, and plenty of places to stop for a rest with a young child. Also play areas provided a break from viewing the animals and the two and half year old loved the play areas. Several places for refreshments also, highly recommend Dublin Zoo.
Can you give me dates for Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo after Christmas. Mary RyanAnswer Report Abuse
Hi Mary. Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo will be held from 1st November 2018 to 6th January 2019 between 5-9 PM.Report Abuse
information on christmas light show in dublin zooAnswer Report Abuse
The light show at Dublin Zoo called Wild Lights opens on Thursday 1st of November 2018 and runs until Sunday, 6th January 2019 from 5pm-9pm. Tickets are available on the official website.Report Abuse