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Parc Zoologique de Paris
Parc Zoologique de Paris
- Summer opening hours 1 May to 31 August - 9.30am-8.30pm every day - Winter opening hours November to March - 9am-5pm every day Closed Tuesdays in winter (outside of school holidays and public holidays) - Between seasons 1 September to first Saturday in October and from second Sunday in March to 30 April - 9.30am-6pm on weekdays 9.30am-7.30pm at weekends, on public holidays and during school holidays (all zones)

Almost 180 species and over 2,000 animals to discover!

A trip around the animal world

Since its reopening in 2014 following reorganization works, the Parc Zoologique de Paris houses almost 180 species and over 2,000 animals in a 14-hectare natural park. Mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates, all the main animal families are represented and in plain view for everyone to enjoy!
The layout of the park’s buildings and enclosures lets visitors immerse themselves in the natural habitats of the animals: the trail leads through 5 distinct biozones, from the tropical forests of Madagascar to the African savanna, and travelling through European forests, the canopy of the Amazon and the steppes of Patagonia. 

A park for preserving biodiversity

As part of the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, the Parc Zoologique de Paris’ main aim is conservation and protection of and education about different species, and in line with this mission, the park lets visitors discover and observe animals in an environment that is as close as possible to their natural habitat. 
The zoo is also involved in breeding and conservation programmes for endangered species, such as the Humboldt penguin and the white rhino. It is also home to 9 rare species including the hyacinth macaw, one of the largest parrot species in the world, the vine snake and the adorable woolly monkey.

Feeding the animals: a memorable experience

During your visit, you can enjoy animal feeding sessions. You will follow the keepers during their schedule as they feed the lemurs, the rhinos, the giraffes, the manatees, the lions, the penguins, the tapirs, the vultures, the baboons and the otters. During these sessions, the keepers will explain why and how they feed each animal and explain certain animal behaviours, for example how a wolf pack functions. Don’t miss these exciting activities!

Prices
Adult (13 years and over): €20
Child (3 to 12 years): €10

Free entry
Children under 3 upon presentation of ID, visitors with disabilities and the person accompanying them upon presentation of valid proof, people receiving French welfare benefits and their legal dependents listed on their documentation upon presentation of said documentation, journalists from France and abroad upon presentation of valid press card (visible validity date).

In accordance with the national Vigipirate system, please be aware that security checks at the entrance to the zoo will add to waiting times. For this reason, priority access cannot be guaranteed when the zoo is very busy.

Times

- Summer opening hours
1 May to 31 August - 9.30am-8.30pm every day

- Winter opening hours
November to March - 9am-5pm every day
Closed Tuesdays in winter (outside of school holidays and public holidays)

- Between seasons
1 September to first Saturday in October and from second Sunday in March to 30 April -
9.30am-6pm on weekdays
9.30am-7.30pm at weekends, on public holidays and during school holidays (all zones)

Highlights

- Over 2,000 animals to discover

- Activities all year

- Visit punctuated by 15-minute feeding sessions with commentary

- Exploration kiosks, dining area and picnic area available onsite

Access

Parc Zoologique de Paris
Avenue Daumesnil
75012, Paris
Porte Dorée metro station (Line 8)
Château de Vincennes metro station (Line 1)
Lines 46, 86, 201 & 325 - Parc Zoologique stop
Line 77 - Porte de Reuilly stop

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