Opening hours

Today, 2. August
9:00 - 18:30
Last admission: 17:00

Next feeding

No public Animal feeding & training sessions are taking place at this time.
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    Welcome to Tierpark Berlin

    In former East Berlin, a short train journey from Alexanderplatz, lies Tierpark Berlin – Europe’s largest animal park! Set in 160 hectares of beautiful parkland around the historic palace Schloss Friedrichsfelde, Tierpark is home to animals from all over the world. And in 2020, it celebrated the opening of its remarkable new Rainforest House, with tigers, crocodiles and more.

    Corona: Frequently asked questions

    • Corona test necessary?

      No. You can visit the tierpark without a certified negative (rapid) test result. For more information, click here.

    • On-site ticket booths

      A limited number of ticket booths selling day tickets are open at the entrances for visitors with no internet access. 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.

    • Concession-rate tickets

      Concession-rate tickets can now be purchased from the ticket booths by the entrances (clearly marked). Concession-rate tickets are available for school pupils, students, trainees (Azubis), unemployed people on German state benefits, berlinpass holders, and disabled people carrying the relevant identification.

    • Time slot allocation with purchase of annual passes

      When you renew your annual pass or purchase a new one, you will automatically receive a reservation for the current time slot so that you are able to visit the Zoo or Tierpark immediately.

    • Tickets for visitors with disabilities

      People with severe disabilities will receive their ticket and that of their chaperone upon presentation of valid documentation at the ticket booths. These tickets cannot be booked online. The chaperone accompanying a visitor with a severe disability (category B) is admitted free of charge. The same applies to children with severe disabilities.

    • More information

      Has your question not been answered? Please read here!

      We care about protecting species

      In the decades to come, around one million species could vanish from our planet forever – but with the right conservation measures, we can ensure that many of these endangered species are protected over the long term. With your support, Berlin’s zoological facilities can support innovative conservation projects around the world.

      WE ARE PARTNERS IN THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS

      Opening hours

      Today, 2. August
      9:00 - 18:30
      Last admission: 17:00
      All opening hours

      Feedings & Trainings

      • No public Animal feeding & training sessions are taking place at this time.

      Arrival

      Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

      Route (Google)