Dublin Zoo, located in the Pheonix Park, spans over 28 hectares and attracts over 1 million visitors a year. Not only does Dublin Zoo offer a great day out for all, it also provides a journey of learning and discovery about the various animals that are home to this world. Modern Zoos, like Dublin, adhere to strict codes of practice in animal welfare that are laid down by European and Global Associations.
Dublin Zoo is home to over 400 animal species from all over the globe. Many of the animals living at Dublin Zoo are extremely rare, with their survival under threat in the wild. They live enriched lives in natural social groups, they are fit and healthy, able to breed and raise their own young. They can be observed in naturalistic spaces with vegetation, substrate and water features that reflect their native habitat.
Dublin Zoo is located in The Phoenix Park, Europe’s largest urban, enclosed park.
Open daily from 9.30am – 5.30pm.
Tickets may need to be booked in advance. Click here for more information.
How To Get There
Guests can travel to Dublin Zoo via the LUAS. The nearest LUAS stop is Heuston, a 20-minute, 4km walk.LESS INFORMATION