Fast Track Tickets to Barcelona Zoo
Enjoy fast track access to this biodiversity reserve that is home to 4000 animals and over 400 species, situated right in the heart of Barcelona! Not only will you be able to discover the exquisite flora and fauna that is native to the region but also be able to learn about conservation and how to protect animal species. In short, a perfect place to visit with family and friends!
- Take advantage of skip the line access to the zoo which will take you past the long ticketing lines.
- Enjoy a trip to the amazing Barcelona zoo that houses more than 4,000 animals of 400 species
- Let the children have the time of their lives on a pony ride or by petting animals in the children’s play area
- Relax and have a picnic with your family in the vast greens
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. Here are some that you just can't afford to miss!
Land of Dragons
This space is dedicated to a set of animals native to Asia Pacific and the zoo has worked hard to recreate their respective natural habitats along 140 meter route, using different kinds of plant life as well as different spaces to demarcate the enclosures of each animal. The space itself is names after the Komodo dragons who live in the largest enclosure but who share the space with Muntjac deer, Lyle's flying foxes and birds such as the Nicobar pigeon and the Java sparrow.
The terrarium at the zoo houses one of the most varied collections of amphibians and reptiles in all of Europe. All the creatures are housed in enclosures with the optimum temperature and humidity are maintained so the animals thrive, whether they are iguanas, poison dart frogs, boa constrictors, pythons or even the massive Siamese crocodile that dwells in the pond at the end of the route that goes through the Reptile House.
This permanent exhibition of the Zoo was inaugurated in 2006 and is one of the many ways with which the Zoo hopes to educate and inform the general public about the wildlife preservation. This area is dedicated solely to gorillas, the primates that are closest in nature and biology to human beings, and here people can learn about their habits, how they communicate, their everyday life and which species are closest to extinction. The exhibit's prized position is given to Snowflake, the white gorilla who became a symbol of the zoo, along with drawings made by the gorillas themselves and the exhibit features work by notable scientists and conservationists in the field, like Dian Fossey and Jane Goodall.
Perhaps one of the most popular exhibits at the Zoo, Aquarama primarily houses the Zoo's colony of sea lions. In this exhibit you can watch these adorable creatures interact and play in the space that was created by Antoni Riera i Clavillé, inspired by a similar exhibit at the Zurich Zoo. 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.
- Fast track entry into the zoo
Reduced Ticket Prices
- Children aged between 3 and 12 enjoy reduced price tickets.
- Children aged 3 and below do not require tickets and may enter for free.
Know Before You Go
1st January to 18th March- 10 AM a 5 PM
19th March to 15th May- 10 AM to 6 PM
16th May to 15th September- 10 AM to 7 PM
16th September to 29th October- 10 AM to 6 PM
30th October to 31st December- 10 AM to 5 PM
25th December- 10 AM to 2 PM
Strict Cancellation Policy
These tickets cannot be cancelled, refunded or rescheduled.
- Your will get an email confirmation with your ticket voucher instantly.
- If you have purchased reduced price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification. Students must show their valid Student IDs.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 10-15 minutes before the start time of your tour to avoid any delays.
You must print the same and present it along with a valid photo ID at the venue in order to gain entry.
The zoo is located in central Barcelona at the Parque de la Ciutadella. 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).
Bus- D20, H14, H16, V21, V27
Metro- L4, Barceloneta and Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica stops or L1, Marina and Arc de Triomf stops.
Tram- T4, Ciutadella - Vila Olímpica stop.
This ticket is valid until 31st December 2019.
The park is fully accessible for those with reduced mobility.