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Lithuanian Zoological Garden is proud of the unique landscape and forest with centenarian oaks. It is home for almost 2000 animals representing more than 215 species and subspecies; 62% of all animals are recorded in IUCN or Lithuanian Red List of...more
It's great that is the only garden zoo in lithuania. You can see a lot of different animals in there. I think this is a great educational adventure for children. They also make in the summer time for childrens - night walking in the zoo...More
This was my first and last visit to any zoo in the world. It's sad, the enclosures are small and I cried when I saw the tiger - it's in an incredibly small cage, you could see the tiger was enraged, or just disturbed as...More
We took a train from vilinus to kaunas (tickets in first class 5,40e for person). Train took 1-1,5 hour. From kaunas railwaystation we walked to the zoo. It’s pretty far away from station so if you are with children i recommend to take a taxi...More
Great value for money, and a good place to come with children. Can be a bit hard to find, but should be quite cheap by taxi. Big area with many animals living under quite good conditions. An activity that could easily fill half a day,...More
Went with our grand daughter as she likes to visit zoos. We had such a lovely hot day in April and so nice to walk around. It had a park for children and one or two eating places for snacks and drinks, like crisps and...More
As a kid I really loved this place. So many animals that you don't see everyday. One problem, after ~10years I came back to this place and it didn't change at all. I mean, everything is really old : same cages, same eating spots, same...More
Affordable price to get in and we had the whole Zoo to ourselves for majority of visit.
Was a bit concerned with the size of some enclosures. The seal had a small enclosure as did the Lion. Compare that to the size of the foxes...More
Zoo is easily chievble by car. We arrived at the opening and parking was empty. About 12pm it was already full. Zoo is not big, but there are many animals, reptiles, birds. Interesting for children (free entrance under 5 years old). Some exposition is moved...More
We will have to return as it was too cold for some animals, so they were hiding in their houses :)
I would suggest administration to have suggested walking route on their small maps they are giving at the entrance, to make sure for the...More