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One of the world's oldest zoos, Dublin Zoo is also modern in design and houses more than 600 animals. It has been redesigned in recent years to be a safe environment for people and the animals with gardens, lakes and natural habitats.
My mom and I took the Hop on Hop off bus to the Dublin Zoo. We had a great time walking all over the grounds and seeing all of the exhibits. Most of the animals were out in full view, which made our trip to...More
Lovely, clean, well kept zoo. Such a lovely zoo to visit. The enclosures have lots of interactive things for the animals to use. From rope swings that go over paths to man-made caves that they can hide in. It took over 4 hours to go...More
We visited the zoo on Sunday 16th of September. The weather was fantastic so we were very lucky. My daughter is 2 and half and she loved every second of it. Seeing all the animals up close amazed her. It was so clean and spacious....More
Haven't been there in years. What a transformation. Brought our young granddaughter and she had a great time. We really enjoyed it as well. Weather was lovely whuch makes a difference. Be prepared for plenty of walking. Its such a huge place & spotless clean....More
The zoo is big and has a good variety of animals! The enclosures are big and provide the animals with a lot of enrichment! There’s plenty to see around here! The zoo contribute a lot to the animals welfare and conservation.
We got off at...More
We had been to Dublin Zoo a few years ago and had a great day. There were lots to see and lots of visitors at the Zoo. In August we decided to visit the Zoo (4 adults, 4 children). We were all looking forward to...More
Actually in the zoo, no. But as it been said, the Dublin hop on hop off buses are great for getting there. On the walk up to the zoo through the park there is a bike hire hut at the bottom of the hill which is quite cheap... More
Actually in the zoo, no. But as it been said, the Dublin hop on hop off buses are great for getting there. On the walk up to the zoo through the park there is a bike hire hut at the bottom of the hill which is quite cheap and really handy!!