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Tierpark Berlin

  • Berliner Tierpark

    Tiger Jae Jae (13) at theTierpark Berlin

  • Dinoworld im Tierpark

    The replica of a brachiosaurus at the opening of Dinoworld Berlin at Tierpark Berlin. Until October, visitors can visit the exhibition with around 23 life-size dinosaurs at Tierpark Berlin-Friedrichsfelde.

  • Tierpark Friedrichsfelde Berlin
  • Erster Geburtstag von Eisbärin Hertha im Tierpark
  • Giraffenbaby Henri Tierpark (2)
  • Tierpark eröffnet saniertes Alfred-Brehm-Haus

The Tierpark Berlin is Berlin's second zoo and Europe's largest landscape animal garden. The zoo is located on the extensive grounds of the Friedrichsfelde Palace Park.

Tierpark Berlin

Wild animals from all over the world live in Europe's largest landscape animal garden around Castle Friedrichsfelde. The landscape animal park with its wide enclosures and many animal houses stretches over an area of 160 hectares.

Highlight: Rainforest House

Rredesigned in 2020, the Alfred Brehm House (Rainforest House) is a particular highlight of the Tierpark. Visitors can immerse themselves in the animal kingdom of Southeast Asia with tigers, crocodiles, flying foxes and tree kangaroos. A visit to the walk-through kangaroo enclosure is another must-do for visitors. On hot days, the water playground is fun for younger and older kids. Since the Tierpark stretches out over a considerable area, those tired of walking can ride the electric train through the park for free.

About Friedrichsfelde Palace

Friedrichsfelde Palace was the starting point from where the Tierpark was built. Thze palace is located directly behind the zoo entrance. It was built in 1695 by the Dutch naval director Benjamin Raulé, probably according to plans by the architect Johann Arnold Nering. After changing hands several times, the palace finally came into the hands of the von Treskow family at the beginning of the 19th century. They ran an estate farm on the property and had a garden laid out by Peter Joseph Lenné in 1821. The historical building survived the Second World War relatively unscathed and has is open to zoo visitors since 1955.

Dinosaur exhibition at Tierpark

Until October 2024, animals of a special kind will be living on the grounds of the zoo: Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex and other stars of prehistoric times are expanding the offer for visitors. Dinoworld is inhabited by around 20 life-size dinosaurs. The detailed replicas are brought to life using special technology: the dinosaur models move and make noises. A visit to Dinoworld is included in the regular admission price - a separate ticket for the dinosaur exhibition is not required.


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Elfriede-Tygör-Straße 6
10319 Berlin
Opening Hours
January 1 to February 26: 9 AM - 4.30 PM
February 27 to March 25: 9 AM - 6 PM
March 26 to September 24: 9 AM - 6.30 PM
September 25 to October 28: 9 AM - 18 PM
October 29 to December 31: 9 AM - 4.30 PM
December 24: 9 AM - 2 PM
Wheelchair accessible. Free wheelchair rental by phone reservation. Accessible restrooms in the Elephant House, Monkey House, Restaurant Terrace Cafe, Restaurant Cafeteria and at the playground/petting zoo.
Admission Fee
Adults 18,50 Euro, children 9 Euro (4-15 years)
Please Note
Dogs are allowed on a short leash. Children are allowed to take running bikes, tricycles and scooters. Bicycles must remain outside.
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Last edited: 7 November 2023