Tierpark Berlin kids’ clubs

Our afternoon kids’ clubs teach young animal enthusiasts how a zoo is built, how it works, and much more. Children learn about the fascinating diversity and biology of the animal species living at Tierpark Berlin, as well as about the importance of nature conservation.

Afternoon kids’ clubs: Exploration and research at Tierpark Berlin

Our various kids’ clubs give children aged six to twelve the chance to experience and learn more about local and exotic wildlife. Kids learn how animals adapt to their habitats, find out about their lifestyles, and get to understand their requirements. Through various playful projects, the schoolchildren gain an understanding of animal ecosystems and an increased awareness of nature and the environment. They also get insight into the work of the Tierpark – particularly in the area of species conservation. These courses are perfect for all budding zoologists!

Please ensure all young researchers are dressed in weatherproof clothing and bring along a snack!



The clubs

Little Animal Lovers
Years 1 & 2 (aged six to eight)
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Every second Thursday from 5 September
Young Explorers
Years 3 & 4 (aged eight to ten)
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Every second Thursday from 29 August
Budding Biologists
Years 5 & 6 (aged ten to twelve)
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Every second Tuesday from 27 August

Who can take part?

All interested Berlin schoolchildren can join our kids’ clubs and learn more about local and exotic wildlife. Registration is open to all primary school kids in years 1 and above. The motto behind our clubs is: “We protect what we love, and we love what we know!”

Please note that participation in our kids’ clubs is only possible upon payment of the annual registration fee. The amount is non-refundable.

Meeting point

The meeting point for our kids’ clubs is always at the Bärenschaufenster entrance to the Tierpark. This is also where children are picked up at the end.


Participation in a kids’ club costs €49 for the year. This includes year-round admission to the Tierpark and covers all course materials.


Please note: Currently, only waiting-list places are available for the Young Explorers and Budding Biologists clubs.

To register, please call our hotline on +49 (0)30 51 531 555 or send an e-mail to tierparkschule@noSpamtierpark-berlin.de. We will require the following information: Name, school year and age, address and contact details of parents.

Hotline operating hours:
Mon.: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tues.: 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Weds.: 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.