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Tierpark Berlin-Friedrichsfelde is open 365 days a year to its visitors from near and far - also on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Covering 160 hectares this landscape zoo has yet to meet its match. Here await you spacious open-air enclosures for...more
So Berlin has the Zoologischer garten & Tierpark as two different zoos... but at sa.e time there's also what so called Tier garten (adjacent to Zoologischer but it's not a zoo, so be careful where you want to go)
We had a family ticket cost...More
This is one of the best zoos I have visited. It is large and does involve plenty of walking so use the map, plan footwear and work out toilet, food and drink stops. There are many more animals than the website gives the park credit...More
The park is nice, has many animals, big, you can spend there the whole day. It is cheaper than Berlin Zoologische garden, but I like Zoologische garden more (in terms of animal selection, location and maintanence).
I have visited Berlin Tierpak many times, I usually try to visit one of the Berlin Zoos every time we visit Berlin. Berlin Tierpark has a very impressive animal collection including many endangered species, specially mammals. They host many species I have never seen in...More
More like an animal park than a zoo - a huge park that took us all day to walk round and see all the animals! Great park though with a polar bear, black bears and tigers! Probably needs a bit of planning as the animals...More
The Berlin Zoo is pretty cool and has some pretty nice animals, but some animals weren’t there because it was too hot and the new Panda area was packed because it was new. Plan your trip to the Berlin zoo carefully to see all the...More
This is the best zoo I have been to. A huge park with tall trees that provide shadow in the hot summer days. All animals have large spacious habitats and it’s just a great way to spend half a day.
The cafeteria in the middle...More
Location = great, inside a big park / forest
Number of animals = large
Diversity of animals = large
Animal habitats = very thought-through and close to native habitats
Petting = there is perting corner with goats and sheep + you can scrub ponbies and...More
Response from sunville0710 | Reviewed this property |
We were there in August, i think it was a monday, but still summer holidays - arrived around 11.30 and we were in in no time, no cue whatsoever. I think, it might be a good idea to contact them directly, as it was the first... More
We were there in August, i think it was a monday, but still summer holidays - arrived around 11.30 and we were in in no time, no cue whatsoever. I think, it might be a good idea to contact them directly, as it was the first time we were there.
Response from TonyFribourg | Reviewed this property |
Both zoos are great for a visit.The Tierpark is more open and feels less crowded especially when the weather is fine and there are lots of kids around. All the usual animals can be found. I saw tigers, lions, bisons... More
Both zoos are great for a visit.The Tierpark is more open and feels less crowded especially when the weather is fine and there are lots of kids around. All the usual animals can be found. I saw tigers, lions, bisons, elephants, zebras, brown & polar bears, camels, giraffes, apes, crocodiles, flamingos, tropical birds, penguins, rhinos, kangaroos/walabies, lemurs, hippos, gorillas, pandas. The downside, all the indications and descriptions are only in German and last year this also went for the guide brochure (don't let that spoil you visit!). Have fun, Best wishes.