Tallinn

Tallinn Zoo

  Paldiski mnt. 145 ,   Rocca al Mare          (+372) 694 33 00     28 Jan 2019

Tallinn Zoo boasts one of the most impressive collections of exotic species in Northern Europe. In addition to extensive outside exhibits including birds of prey, lynxes and grey seals, you can check out the Pachyderm house, which also features loads of snakes and a couple of pigmy hippos, or duck into the steamy, crocodile and chimp-filled Tropical House. The Amur leopards are also must-sees as they are critically endangered - Tallinn Zoo is a very important and successful part of their international breeding program. The Zoo now features a Polarium that provides a new and spacious home for two polar bears. Environmental Education Centre and Children's Zoo can be found near the west gate at Ehitajate tee 150. By public transport it is easiest to enter through the north gate at Paldiski road 145, just take bus N°21, 21b, 22, 41, 41b or 42 from city centre to the Zoo stop.

Amenities

City card

Website

Email

zoo@tallinnzoo.ee

Open

Ticket office is open 09:00 - 15:00, from March 09:00 - 17:00. Indoor expositions (Tropical house, Pachyderm house) 10:00 - 16:00, from March 10:00 - 18:00, closed Mon. Children´s Zoo is open 10:00 - 17:00, from March 10:00 - 19:00. You are allowed to wander the zoo 2 hours after the ticket office closes.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €5, reduced €3, family €13. A joint family ticket for the Tallinn Zoo and Open Air Museum is €17 and it may be used on separate days. A joint family ticket for Tallinn Zoo, Estonian Museum of Natural History and Tallinn Botanic Garden is €35 and it may be used on separate days.

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