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Europe's largest animal park! Set in 160 hectares of extensive and varied parkland around the historic mansion Schloss Friedrichsfelde, the Tierpark is home to more than 9,000 animals representing almost 800 different species.

In former East Berlin, a short train journey from Alexanderplatz, lies Tierpark Berlin – Europe’s largest animal park! Set in 160 hectares of beautiful parkland around the historic manor house Schloss Friedrichsfelde, the Tierpark is home to animals from all over the world. And in 2020, it celebrated the opening of its remarkable new Rainforest House, with tigers, crocodiles and more.

Get the Dino Ticket & save now for even more fun!

Get the Dino Ticket now and save money: In addition to a day ticket to the zoo, the Dino Ticket also includes the exclusive "Dinoworld Berlin" magazine, which gives you more insights into the mysterious world of prehistoric giants at a special price. You will receive the exclusive "Dinoworld" magazine by entering the Tierpark. Look forward to exciting profiles of the individual dinosaurs as well as background information on the exhibition and entertaining interactive puzzle pages for children.

The discount on the exclusive "Dinoworld Berlin" magazine only applies if you buy a Dino Ticket. The magazine, available for €7.50, is also offered separately in the souvenir shops of Tierpark Berlin.

Exclusive price advantage with the Dino Ticket:
✔ including day ticket Tierpark
✔ including "Dinoworld Berlin Magazine"

Exhibition at Tierpark Berlin: Dinoworld - The Dinosaur Exhibition

Discover the world of dinosaurs at Tierpark Berlin. The Dinosaur Exhibition, designed together with the American palaeontologist Don Lessem, will open its doors to the prehistoric world from April 2023. An experience for archaeologists young and old. About 20 life-size dinosaurs have been brought to life by using modern technology. With a length of up to 13 metres, the Gigantosaurus will be one of the highlights of the new Dinoworld exhibition at Tierpark Berlin. 

The enormous carnivore with dagger teeth was one of the largest hunters that ever lived. Known internationally as "Dino Don", the discoverer and author has already been engaged as a scientific advisor for Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park".

Dinoworld exhibition at a glance

✔ The dinosaurs exhibition in the Tierpark Berlin
✔ Admission already included in the regular admission price to Tierpark Berlin
✔ Experience around 20 life-size dinosaurs up close and personal
✔ True to detail and interactive
✔ An impressive audio-visual journey back to the time of the dinosaurs

Your visit to Triceratops, Brachiosaurus, Gigantosaurus and Tyrannosaurus Rex is already included in the regular admission price.

A fascinating variety of species awaits you - an experience for the whole family

Here, bathing polar bears, majestic herds of giraffes and exciting adventure playgrounds turn a walk in the park into a special experience for the whole family. There are close-up animal encounters with the walk-through Lemur Woods, the spectacular free-flight show, and the popular petting zoo. A little electric train is also on hand to pick up and drop off visitors at various stops around the Tierpark’s extensive grounds so there’s no need to miss a thing. And best of all, use of the train is included in the admission price!

The Rainforest House, with tigers, crocodiles and more.

Since its reopening in 2020, Tierpark Berlin’s venerable Alfred Brehm building has a brand-new look and now takes visitors on an expedition deep into the tropical rainforest. In surroundings that closely resemble the animals’ natural habitat, visitors can encounter tigers, leopards and rare tree kangaroos. In the walk-through Tropical Hall, narrow paths wind through lush vegetation, where brightly coloured birds sing their exotic songs and crocodiles laze by the water’s edge.  aboard the free Tierpark train that stops at various points around the park – perfect for a relaxing zoological journey around the world!

Meeting point

Am Tierpark 125, 10319 Berlin

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Important information

The ticket entitles to one entry only to the selected facility and loses its validity upon leaving this facility.

Children under the age of 4 years get free admission.

Ticket validity after purchase

  • Accepted as a mobile smartphone voucher - no print-out needed
  • Valid as a day-ticket for the booked date

Opening hours

27.3. - 25.09.: 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (last entrance 5:00 p.m.)

26.09. - 30.10.: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (last entrance 5:00 p.m.)

31.10. - 24.02.: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (last entrance 3:30 p.m.)

25.02. - 26.03.: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (last entrance 5:00 p.m.)

*On December 24 the Tierpark closes at 2 PM.


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