Tierpark Berlin

Large outdoor areas, rare species – come and visit Europe’s largest zoo

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for adults / children on the regular ticket, does not apply to family and group tickets.

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25 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

for adults / children on the regular ticket, does not apply to family and group tickets.

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Away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, in the eastern district of Friedrichsfelde, is Tierpark Berlin – Europe’s largest animal park! Set in 160 hectares of extensive and varied parkland around the historic mansion Schloss Friedrichsfelde, the Tierpark is home to almost 8,000 animals representing more than 650 different species. One of the animals at home in Berlin is famous young polar bear Hertha.

Majestic herds of giraffes, expansive camel meadows, and magical adventure play areas turn a stroll through the Tierpark into a wonderful experience for the whole family. Unique animal encounters are guaranteed with the walk-through Lemur Woods and the exciting free-flight show. Visitors can also climb aboard the free electric train that stops at various points around the park – perfect for a relaxing zoological journey around the world!

The young polar bear Hertha is one of the most famous inhabitants of Tierpark Berlin. Born in December 2018, she quickly conquered the nation’s hearts. These days, Hertha delights visitors of all ages as she explores her outdoor habitat.

Berlin: culture and entertainment

Berlin is a city brimming with culture and history. From impressive landmarks such as the Berlin Victory Column and Brandenburg Gate, to the grand Soviet-era architecture of Karl Marx Alle, gripping stories await around every corner. Visitors to the city are also spoilt for choice when it comes to museums and galleries, with the Pergamon, Jewish Museum and DDR Museum being just some of the highlights. Add to this world-class theatre and concert venues and you have a true cultural hub. Yet Berlin maintains a keen sense of fun and openness, shown in its frequent colourful events, many parks and excellent attractions. Offering something for all, Tierpark Berlin provides visitors with a fun and informative experience.

Exploring Tierpark Berlin

Tierpark Berlin is home to a vast array of animals, including many rare and endangered species. The most popular areas of the zoo are those where visitors can get up close with the animals, such as Lemur Woods, the Walk-Through Kangaroo Enclosure and the Petting Zoo, which is a firm favourite with children especially. A train runs through the park every forty minutes, offering a fun way to get between the various enclosures, while regular shows and feedings provide visitors with a thrilling insight into the animals' lives.

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In Tierpark Berlin, visitors are treated to exciting encounters with a wide array of animals from every corner of the globe. African penguins, polar bears and Sumatran tigers are among the majestic species to be found here. What's more, visitors can learn all about the vital conservation work undertaken here, as well as watch feedings and special shows. Play areas and a petting zoo keep kids happy, while great facilities and restaurants help to make this a top destination for an unforgettable family day out.

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