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Tierpark Friedrichsfelde
Berlin

City: Berlin 10319
Federal State: Berlin

Size: 160 ha (400 acre)

Animals: ca. 6525 animals of 760 species

Opened in 1955

This collection is mainly a zoo                                                                                                         

Short description

The Tierpark (Animal Park) is Berlinâs second internationally renowned zoo with a choice stock of animals. Located at the parkland estate around Friedrichsfelde Palace, it became one of the largest landscaped zoos in Europe.

Many hooved animals are kept in large herds. Wisents, plains bison, camels from the Old and New World, indian antelopes, water buffaloes and Père David´s deer live spacious enclosures.

The hooves collection boasts many rare and threatened species, including Mishmi takin, musk ox, bharal, Chinese goral, Somalian wild ass, mountain zebra, Persian fallow deer and Vietnamese sika deer.

The famous Alfred-Brehm-House offers a comprehensive collection of big cats and the tropical hall with exotic plants, numerous free-flying birds and Indian giant flying foxes.

At the entrance ´Bärenschaufenster´ (bear showcase), American black bears in a rocky landscaped display welcome the visitors. More bear species live on outside enclosures, e.g. spectacled bears and polar bears with a huge water basin.

The Pachyderm house accomodates large herds of African and Asian elephants with several calves, white and Indian rhinoceros, sloths, some species of New World monkeys and, at the centre of the big visitor hall, manatees.

The childrenâs zoo consists of special contact areas and numerous domestic animals, from honey bees to Australian dingos

The ´snake farm´ accomodates mainly a rich variety of tortoises and poisonous snakes. Next door is a house for hummingbirds and crocodiles.

Several new facilities have been built during the last decade: new enclosures for giraffes, zebras, desert antelopes and wild cattle and complexes for Asian and European mountains.

One of the newest buildings is the monkey house, built in traditional style. In 2005, the zoo celebrated its 50th anniversary with new enclosures for mountain animals.

Attractions & Services *

KinderFor children
Playground

StreichelnPetting animals
Children's zoo

FuetternFeeding by visitors
Not allowed

EssenEat & drink
Café
(this information may also refer to facilities nearby)

InfoShop and publications
Guidebook, journal, annual report

HundeDogs
Dogs allowed (on a leash), entrance fee for dogs

TermineEvents during the year
Summer festival, special events, concerts, and many more events throughout the year

HippSpecial hints
Friends of the Zoo associaton


Opening hours & entrance fees *

Zeiten

Opening hours

 dotApril until September every day 9 – 19 hrs.
 dotIn October until 18 hrs., from November until March until 17 hrs.

Eintritt

Entrance fees

 dotAdults: 13,00 €
 dotChildren (age 5 – 15): 6,50 €
 dotConcessions/reduced admission fees for: Pupils / high school students; groups discount rates, annual/season passes

How to get there

AnfahrtBy car: In the suburb of Lichtenberg, signposted. Two car parks with fees

Anfahrt & By public transport: Tram M17, 27 and 37, bus no. 296, 396. Underground no. 5

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Staff & contact information

Persons in charge:
 dotDr. Andreas Knieriem, Direktor
 dotDr. Nadja Niemann, zoolog. Leiterin
 dotDr. Martin Kaiser, Kurator
 dotDr. Bernt Seidel & Andreas Pauly, Veterinäre

TelPhone:++49-(0)30-515310
Fax:++49-(0)30-5124061

PostAddress: Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin, GERMANY
Member of: EAZA, VdZ, WAZA

MaileMail: info@tierpark-berlin.de
WebWebsite: http://www.tierpark-berlin.de


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