Your visit during the coronavirus pandemic

Get an overview of the current situation below.

Please note!

Tierpark Berlin is open under “2G” restrictions.

Coronavirus precautions

Tickets available online (online registration for annual passes required) + on-site registration via Luca-App OR form

2G rules apply: Proof of vaccination (geimpft) or recovery (genesen)* incl. photo ID

Alfred-Brehm House, Monkey House and walk-through habitats are open; Lemur woods is closed due to weather conditions

restaurants open
(other rules apply - for more info please scroll down)

Gift shops open

Play areas are open

No public feeding sessions

The Tierpark’s electric train is not running

No handcart hire

It is mandatory for all visitors aged six and above to wear a medical mask at all times

* Usual time frames apply: Fully vaccinated for at least 14 days with an EU-approved vaccine (all required doses) or recovered from a Covid-19 infection (proof: PCR test taken min. 28 days and max. six months ago or an older PCR test + at least one vaccination dose)

Exceptions to the 2G rule

  • School pupils under 18 (with school ID, public transport pass or a note from the school; during term time only)
  • Children under six (no test necessary; proof of age may be required)


The following groups can show a negative rapid test result from the past 24 hours (no self-tests):

  • School pupils under 18 years of age during school holidays
  • Other visitors between six and 18 years of age (proof of age may be required)
  • Visitors who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons (doctor´s note required)
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding visitors (with a Mutterpass or doctor´s note)

Rules of conduct

  • The Berlin Senate’s rules on hygiene and conduct apply
  • A distance of at least 1.5 metres must be kept from all other people
  • Please avoid touching glass panels and other surfaces

Staff members will be patrolling the parks in order to ensure adherence to the rules of conduct. In case of violations of the rules, we may be forced to ban certain individuals.


  • Frequently asked questions

  • Why 2G?

    The coronavirus measures in place on our premises comply with the current requirements of the Berlin Senate.

  • Which rules apply for visiting the restaurants?

    The 2G+ rules apply, which means that a negative rapid test result of the last 24 hours or a certificate of a booster vaccination is required for vaccinated/recovered people aged from 18.

  • Are on-site ticket booths closed?

    A limited number of ticket booths selling day tickets are open 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 whenever possible.

  • Do I have to leave the Tierpark by the end oft he timeslot I have booked?

    In principle, we ask all our guests to stick to the time slot they have reserved. After all, the Tierpark will only be able to remain open in the current circumstances if everyone shows consideration towards one another and is willing to compromise. However, the different time slots are primarily intended to stagger visitor arrival times.

  • What if I already have a valid/complimentary ticket or a discount coupon?

    Online tickets, tickets purchased in advance (e.g. from BVG ticket machines), complimentary tickets and discount coupons can be presented at the ticket booths by the entrances (clearly marked) and allow immediate admission. In this instance, advance online registration is not necessary.

  • Do I need a time slot to purchase an annual pass?

    Please book you annual pass online. 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 Tierpark immediately.


  • Support

  • Why have ticket prices not been lowered?

    The coronavirus pandemic will continue to present us with many challenges for some time to come. Multiple closures mean important sources of income are lost, but we can’t shut down completely like some other industries; operations have to continue regardless. After all, the around 30,000 animals living in Berlin’s zoos must continue to be fed and looked after. In concrete terms, the total operating costs for Zoo, Tierpark and Aquarium Berlin amount to around €140,000 a day! As a result, we simply cannot afford to lower our ticket prices.

  • Is the Tierpark over the worst financially?

    Just a few days after the first closure, we already started receiving messages from people asking how they could lend their support. We have been overwhelmed by the expressions of support over the past weeks and months. Once again, thank you very much! However, the coronavirus pandemic will continue to present us with challenges for some time to come, as the strict precautions in place mean significantly lower visitor numbers – which results in financial losses for us every day.

    You can continue to support us here:





Further questions?

Please find answers to any other question here

Opening hours

Today, 28. January
9:00 - 16:30
Last admission: 15:30
All opening hours

Feedings & Trainings

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


Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

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