Dublin Zoo, located in the Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin city, is Ireland’s No.1 visitor attraction and welcomed almost one million visitors last year.
As one of the world’s oldest and most popular zoos, the 70-acre park in the heart of Dublin is home to some 600 animals in an environment where education and conservation combine for an exciting and unforgettable experience.
See many rare and exotic animals living and roaming a wide variety of natural habitats. Wander through the African Savanna and gaze at the giraffes, zebras, scimitar oryx and ostrich, then head to the Kaziranga Forest to see the magnificent herd of Asian elephants that call this beautiful place home. Experience the heat of the South American House before heading to Family farm and don’t forget to visit the soon to be opened Gorilla Rainforest!
There are plenty of amazing animals to discover including tigers, hippos, bats, rare monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees, red pandas and reptiles to name but a few!
Conservation is an important part of Dublin Zoo’s work, and as a registered charity the zoo relies on the generosity of friends and visitors to help fund the internationally acclaimed education, conservation and breeding programmes.
Dublin Zoo is easily accessible by car or public transport and open all year round from 9.30am daily so be sure to get there early and pack everything into one fun filled family day!
For more information and news on events log onto www.dublinzoo.ie
Shop, Restaurant, Kiosks, Disabled access to 90% of Zoo, visitor centre and wheelchair available.
How to Get There:
By bus: There is a choice of buses from Dublin City Centre: 10, 10A (from O'Connell Street), 25, 25A, 26, 66, 66A, 66B, 67, 67A, 68, 69.
By train: DART feeder bus 90 from Connolly Station and Tara Street DART stations.
By tram: LUAS Red Line to Heuston Station.
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