Miejski Ogrod Zoologiczny w Warszawie

Miejski Ogrod Zoologiczny w Warszawie

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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  • Dworzec Wileński • 10 min walk
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MrMrsHappyR
Liverpool, UK1,040 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
Great zoo to visit. It's approx 30 minutes walk from the Old Town but a very nice walk over the bridge. Animals are well looked after and the enclosures seem fair. The only improvement would be to improve the map which is a bit confusing. Alternative improvement would be to have a set lined route that you can see most of the zoo enclosures as you keep doubling back if you've missed something. Overall great value at 20 PLN.
Written October 19, 2021
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limeclaw
Perth, Australia2,535 contributions
Aug 2022
What a fabulous zoo. So many beautiful animals and they have so much space to roam. Lovely enclosures and the animals are very well cared for.

There are plenty of food & drink stops. Clean toilet facilities and loads of play equipment for children.

It is a beautiful day out just to stroll amoungst the trees and beautiful greenery and very cheap to go and see the animals.

It is an easy walk over the bridge from the Old Town and well worth a visit.
Written August 16, 2022
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MrM
Portsmouth, UK39 contributions
Feb 2020
A grown up and a 12 year old went for a walk around this vast zoo. There were lots of coffee points and such a variety of exhibits:
Gorillas
Elephants
Serval cat
Amphibians and reptiles
Insects including rare spiders
Polar bears

All the residents appeared well fed and very loved and looked after. Plenty of room for them to roam about without looking cramped. There were good education points and as a non Polish speaker felt very well catered for.
Written February 20, 2020
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Viktorija V
Nicosia, Cyprus10 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
Recommended for visit even in winter. Not small in size. Many different places like houses for animals which need warm place.very little sign/ directions and indication, do not miss anything.
Make sure that you coming in the morning especially in winter.
Take with you 5 plan or 2 euro you can get in different install machine suovinier coin with pic of animals.kids should be happy to show later on to there friends.
Written January 14, 2020
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Johanna H
183 contributions
Oct 2022 • Family
Lots off animals but quite small living quarters for them. Clean and nice to see everything so close witch was possible because off small spaces...but still would wish for more room to animals even double the space you still would be close but nicer for animals.
Written October 18, 2022
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jenn E
Bradford, UK43 contributions
Feb 2015
We visited the zoo today-10zlt each which was quite a bargain so we weren't so surprised that we didn't get a map or any information on the way in. Huge place and lots of animals to see-unless of course you go when we did and they are all indoors-70% of which you can't see into-no rhinos,no lion,no polar bears..... The list goes on. Information about the animals not in English. Old and run down houses/cages. The monkey house needed a good clean along with the hippos that you couldn't see through the glass tank. Lots of monkeys,maybe baboons, outside running up and down-the liveliest we saw of any of the animals but one tiny one with no fur and skeleton thin stands out. Absolutely awful. The jaguar was pacing round in circles in it's tatty small cage with a bunch of sticks,round and round and round-a clear sign of distress. Monkeys just sat looking sad,no interaction or movement from them. A lot of animals on their own rather than having a mate or family with them. After walking round for a good hour we found a place for food-not really-just cakes and drinks. A number of eateries were passed with nothing open-including the gift shop. Toilets absolutely disgusting in the reptile house,dirty and smelly with broken locks and whilst trying to choose the better one of the two I walked into one with a window right next to it-call me a prude but that doesn't seem quite right to me. I will be looking into how to complain about the sorry state of the monkeys I saw-that's how bad it was-I will upload the photo of it to prove my point. Seriously if you love animals then don't go here-it's heartbreaking.
Written February 16, 2015
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KrisBerw
Ghent, Belgium445 contributions
Dec 2019
Not Europe's most impressive zoo, but a place with a lot of History. Its founder Jan Żabiński was a zoo pioneer in Warsaw and a zoologist. He was the director of the renowned Warsaw Zoo before and during World War II. Jan and his wife Antonina and their son Ryszard used their personal villa and the zoo itself to shelter hundreds of displaced Jews. Additionally, Jan fought during the Warsaw Uprising, was subsequently injured and became a prisoner of war. They were recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations for their heroic rescue of Jews during the Holocaust in Poland. A movie was made about the Żabiński couple, The Zookeeper’s Wife, released on March 31, 2017, with Jessica Chastain portraying Antonina and Johan Heldenbergh cast as Jan. Today’s zoo is still at the same location.
Written December 18, 2019
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KareninBoca
Boca Raton, Florida9 contributions
Jul 2011 • Friends
My sister and I were very eager to visit the zoo after reading the fabulous book "The Zookeeper's Wife". We followed the directions given on the site - Metro and then tram to Praski Park. It was a lovely ride across the Wisla, and very easy to find. We were initially disappointed, as no one understood that two crazy American ladies were searching for the zookeeper's house! We searched high and low to no avail, but loved the animal displays. The primates and monkeys were especially entertaining. After walking the park, and enjoying a snack of delicious potato pancakes we were heading toward the exit, when low and behold I spied the house! It was right where we started - behind the flamingo exhibit. So if like my sister and I - you are interested in finding it - when you enter you will see the flamingos to the right. Facing the exhibit - scoot around the corner to the left (facing) and the house sits right behind the exhibit:)
Written July 27, 2011
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bikecobb
Atlanta, GA115 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
The Warsaw Zoo is extensive, well laid out, with beautiful grounds and many exotic animals to enjoy as a family. But if, like us, you are interested in World War II history, you must visit the home of the zookeepers, the home of the Zabinski family, tucked away on the zoo grounds. They were responsible for sheltering Jewish refugees from the Warsaw ghetto in their home during the war and moving them with the help of others aiding the plight of Jews to safety. A remarkable story of courage and compassion and resolve and the home features the basement which provided sanctuary - in one case for 3 years - to persons who otherwise would have likely perished. You need to visit with a guide so be sure to call in advance to secure a reservation for your visit.
Written July 23, 2018
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Dan M
2 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
If you didn't RSVP (email or call the Villa prior to your trip), you still might be in luck. If you email, usually someone is good about getting back to you within 1-2 days.

Our experience was that we didn't know about the reservation requirement, so we panicked the night before we went to the zoo, emailed the Villa, and then decided to go to the zoo as planned the next day. When we got to the zoo we hadn't gotten a reply via email, and the ticket office told us there was nothing they could do, and that we had to register. My wife (she's great) was persistent and so we walked to the Żabińskis' Villa (which is in the zoo near the kangaroos) right away and luckily the front door was open. We mulled around the entrance a little while until we saw someone who told us the next tour would be all 11:00. So, thankfully we hadn't missed it. We made sure to tip the tour guide. Please make sure you do as well. The tour isn't more than 10 minutes, but if you're interested in this part of history, it's a must. From all that we could tell, this is still someone's living quarters, as there was a man having breakfast while had our tour.

Don't forget that the Żabińskis' Villa can only be visited with a guide. Please try to reserve by phone 603059758 or by email at villa@zoo.waw.pl
Written July 10, 2018
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