Barcelona Zoo is located in the Ciutadella Park in Barcelona, Spain. The Zoo first opened its doors to the public on the Festival of the Merce in 1892. The zoo used to be internationally known as the home of Snowflake the only known albino gorilla, who died in 2003. There are several spaces in the Zoo for each animal including: Komodos, reptile house, aviary, the farm, Titti monkey gallery, the gorilla enclosure, small primates gallery and palmeral.
The Zoo is open every day of the year. Throughout the year, both the ticket offices and the Zoo facilities are open at 10.00 am.
|1 January to 29 March||5.00 pm||5.30 pm|
|30 March to 15 May||6.00 pm||7.00 pm|
|16 May to 15 September||7.00 pm||8.00 pm|
|6 June 2014||6.00 pm||6.30 pm|
|16 September to 25 October||6.00 pm||7.00 pm|
|26 October to 31 December||5.00 pm||5.30 pm|
|25 December||Open until midday|
The Barcelona Zoo is in central Barcelona in the Park of the Ciutadella. There are two access points: One through the Park of the Ciutadella and the other by Carrer Wellington, next to the Passeig de Circumvallació (ring road).
Parc de la Ciutadella s/n
Adults: 19.90 €
Children from 3 to 12 years old: 11.95 €
Seniors 65 and above: 10.05 €
Pink Card holders with reduced rate: 4.60 €
Red Card holders: Free entry
Disabled people: 5.65 €
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