Tickets to Barcelona Zoo
Enjoy access to the Barcelona Zoo, a biodiversity reserve that is home to 4000 animals and rare flora and fauna, located right in the heart of Barcelona.
- Visit the Barcelona Zoo and discover the wonders of wildlife at this biodiversity reserve.
- The Zoo houses more than 4,000 animals with a wide selection of birds, marine creatures, reptiles, primates, and more.
- Explore habitats like the Land of Dragons, Terrarium, Marmoset's Gallery, Aviary, and more.
- Discover rare and unique animals like the Komodo dragon, the Muntjac deer, the Java Sparrow, and Nicobar Pigeon.
- The Zoo has special activities planned for children and a children's zone where they can go on pony rides.
- Entry to the Barcelona Zoo
- Food and drinks
- Hotel transfers
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Located in the heart of the city at Ciutadella Park, a visit to the Barcelona Zoo is ideal for a family day out. It hosts over 400 species of mammals, reptiles and birds, including some that are rare and endangered. The Zoo also hosts school trips for students across all ages in the hopes of better educating people about the importance of rescuing and protecting endangered species and biodiversity in general.
The Zoo has been divided in 11 distinct spaces, each housing certain related species. The Land of Dragons, for instance is dedicated to a set of animals native to Asia Pacific, especially the Komodo dragons that it is named after. At the Terrarium, see one of the most varied collections of amphibians and reptiles in all of Europe including iguanas, poison dart frogs, boa constrictors or pythons!
The primate enclosure was inaugurated in 2006 and is dedicated solely to gorillas, the primates that are closest in nature and biology to human beings. There’s also Aquarama, the zoo's colony of sea lions. The large circular tank of water that houses the sea lions is three stories high and holds two and a half million litres of water. The first floor of Aquarama is also home to a number of species native to the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts.
know before you go
Covid-19 Safety Measures
- All guests are required to wear a mask at all times when in the Zoo (they are available for purchase onsite as well)
- You will need to print these tickets beforehand.
- If any maintenance and upgrade work is being carried out, some spaces may be temporarily closed.
- Free lockers are available, closing at 5pm.
- Children under 13 can't enter the Zoo unless accompanied by an adult.
- The Zoo can be accessed by guests with disabilities and reduced mobility. Wheelchairs can also be rented.
- Buy a reduced ticket at the ticket office. This also includes free entry for an accompanying person/carer.
- Present your Official Disabled Person Card (33% or higher) at the ticket office.
- Guide dogs are allowed.
January 1st to March 18th
- 10am to 5:30pm
March 19th to May 15th
- 10am to 7pm
May 16th to September 15th
- 10am to 8pm
September 16th to October 29th
- 10am to 7pm
October 30th to December 31st
- 10am to 5:30pm
- 10am to 12pm
- You will get an email confirmation with your ticket voucher instantly. Please take a print out of it to show at the zoo.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification. Students must show their valid student IDs.
- Present your printed voucher for a physical entry ticket at the entrance of the zoo.
Ticket Redemption Point
- Take the entrance to Barcelona Zoo through Parc de la Ciutadella and show your printed ticket at the box office before going to the turnstiles.
- Address: Parc de la Ciutadella, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.
- There are two access points: One through the Park of the Ciutadella and the other by Carrer Wellington, next to the Passeig de Circumval·lació (ring road).
- Catch the bus #39 or 51 to "Parc de la Ciutadella - Princesa" stop and walk for 3 minutes.
- Take the metro L4 to "Ciutadella | Vila Olímpica" stop and walk for 3 minutes.
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The park is fully accessible for those with reduced mobility.