Partnerships

Tierpark Berlin is Europe’s biggest animal park! Around 10,000 animals from all over the world live in this varied and expansive parkland of 160 hectares. It’s not only locals who love Tierpark Berlin – increasing numbers of visitors from every corner of the globe are coming to admire our fascinating animals and beautiful parkland.

Would you like to become a partner?

Tierpark Berlin is a reliable partner set amidst gorgeous and varied scenery.

Contact us by email to info@tierpark-berlin.de.

You have the chance to meet other animals lovers by joining the Freunde der Hauptstadtzoos club while supporting Tierpark, Zoo and Aquarium Berlin in their further development.

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Successful cooperation

  • Learned well

    The topic of nature is one of the four major profile focuses of the George Orwell School. In 2017, it was awarded the Heinrich Dathe Prize for its commitment to nature and species conservation. In the immediate vicinity, the George-Orwell-Schule, as the official partner school of Tierpark Berlin, wants to bring young people closer to the natural and biodiversity of our planet and raise awareness of how every person can do their part in their everyday lives to conserve resources, protect habitats and ultimately save species.

  • Modern research

    Researchers from the Department of Neurology at Charité are studying spatial memory and navigation. In cooperation with the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, they are investigating how people navigate in new environments and how landmarks and routes are stored in memory. The study is being conducted in the VITALAB.mobile, a truck equipped with virtual reality technologies. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Research Foundation (Sonderforschungsbereich 1315).

  • Exhibition United Buddy Bears

    Since the 65th birthday of Tierpark Berlin, the United Buddy Bears exhibition under the patronage of Franziska Giffey and Michael Müller can be admired on the avenue between Schloss Friedrichsfelde manor house and the Terrace Café Kakadu. The project was initiated in 2002 by Eva and Dr Klaus Herlitz. Since then, the bears have travelled the world and in every city on the tour so far, the exhibition has received extraordinary support from well-known personalities who feel connected to the message of tolerance and understanding.

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  • A day for Brandenburgers at Tierpark Berlin

    The Mittelbrandenburgische Sparkasse (MBS) public savings bank organises its popular Brandenburg Day every year at Tierpark Berlin with a varied programme of events. MBS is also the sponsor of our popular bird of prey free-flight show.

  • Family festival with animal highlights

    Each year, the HOWOGE housing association hosts a big family festival at Tierpark Berlin. It is also the long-time sponsor of the Tierpark’s herd of giraffes. Upon presentation of a valid HOWOGE card, the association’s tenants receive a discount on “giraffe snacks” at the Tierpark’s eateries.

  • A unique exhibition

    Berlin-based energy company GASAG supports the Tierpark by sponsoring its outdoor exhibition of Shona sculptures. This permanent exhibition of unique pieces from Zimbabwe provides a cultural enhancement to the Tierpark’s beautiful scenery.

  • Nice wheels!

    Ice cream company Froneri provided the Tierpark with 24 new handcarts branded with the Tierpark logo, improving customer service and mobility around the park.

    Together with our partners, we are committed to species protection, education and research. A huge thank you to everyone with whom we enjoy successful collaboration:

    Opening hours

    Today, 6. July
    9:00 - 18:30
    Last admission: 17:00
    All opening hours

    Feedings & Trainings

    • Our animals are full up. No more feeding sessions today.
    All feedings

    Arrival

    Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

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