Welcome to Tierpark Berlin!

Tierpark Berlin is Europe’s biggest animal park. Set in 160 hectares of extensive and varied parkland, it is home to over 9,000 exotic and native animals.

News from November 2

Zoo Berlin and Tierpark Berlin remain open

Aquarium Berlin and animal houses are closed

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You can help us to preserve biodiversity. Inform yourself about our species conservation projects or donate now for your favorite animal.


Important Message

Your visit during the corona pandemic

The following information should give you an overview of the current situation and answer some frequently asked questions.

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Most frequent questions

Strict precautions from November 2, 2020

As a precautionary measure to contain infections caused by the coronavirus (Covid-19), stricter precautions will apply in Zoo, Tierpark and Aquarium Berlin from November 2, 2020. Please find more information here: www.zoo-berlin.de/de/aktuelles/news/artikel/zoo-und-tierpark-berlin-bleiben-geoeffnet

Can I purchase a day ticket at the entrance?

For guests without any internet access, a limited number of ticket booths selling day tickets have been open at the entrances. However, this system will only continue to work in the current situation if no large queues form, so please do continue to book tickets online wherever possible.

Must I reserve a time slot in advance in order to renew my annual pass or purchase a new one?

No. When you renew your annual pass or purchase a new one, you will automatically receive a reservation for the current or next available time slot so that you are able to visit Zoo or Tierpark immediately.

Are discounted day tickets currently available?

Discounted tickets can be purchased at the entrances (clearly marked). Discounted tickets are for school pupils, students, trainees, unemployed people and disabled people carrying the relevant identification.

Donations for the Tierpark Berlin

Tierpark Berlin relies on your support as a non-profit organisation. Your donations help to fund not only the food supply and the upkeep of our animals, but also the maintenance and structural adaptation of the enclosures in accordance with the latest insights into modern animal management. We have a lot on our agenda at Tierpark Berlin for the future – exactly what can be seen in our target and development plan.


The expansive Tierpark is a wonderful place to take a stroll and discover the diversity of the animal kingdom. Don’t forget to check out the Lemur Woods, the free-flight show on the Kiekemal Waldbühne arena, and our beloved petting zoo. You can also watch various commentated feeding sessions. The Tierpark hosts a range of events from after-hours tours to children’s birthday parties. Tierpark Berlin makes an important contribution to species conservation efforts around the world and participates in various European and international endangered species programmes.