One of Poland's oldest zoos, the Old Zoo dates to 1874 and still has some picturesque old pavilions, but most of the critters have been carted off to the New Zoo on the other side of the city, and the Old Zoo has largely been reshaped as a public park. There is, however, a modern Reptile House here, where you can watch Komodo dragons strutting their stuff, pythons slithering, and caimans splashing around. It's worth the admission price, and enjoyable to visit without the exhaustion and crowds of the New Zoo.
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From April open 09:00-19:00.
Admission free; 8/6zł for the Reptile House.
The New Zoo
ul. Krańcowa 81 (Nowe Miasto)