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One of the world's oldest zoos, Dublin Zoo is also modern in design and houses more than 600 animals. It has been redesigned in recent years to be a safe environment for people and the animals with gardens, lakes and natural habitats.
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As zoos go this is certainly not the best. It has a good "African Savannah" area which is obviously newly built. I understand that it one of the oldest zoos around but they need to continue to spend money on it to bring it up...More
this was my irst visit to dublin zoo and we all enjoyed it far better than belfast zoo where we normally go. We spent around 3 1/2 hours goin around looking at the animals and the elephant enclosure is fantastic. The animals have so much...More
I live near Washington D.C., so I was a little put off by the 15 euro entrance fee to the zoo - I've been spoiled by going to the National Zoo for free my whole life!
Cost aside (it was worth it, anyway), I loved...More
We walked a lot in the first hour and a half for not much return..small animals, several empty pens and nothing especially interesting. Then in a rush we saw several big game, rhinos, giraffes, elephants, and the real stars, the tigers. On a chilly day,...More
I love Dublin Zoo ever since they've done it up (2010). I visited at the start of the year and the elephant enclosur is fantastic. The animals have so much more space than many of its European counterparts and seem geniuinely content in their enclosures....More
Visited with my 2 year old daughter -- we had a good time. In comparison to other zoos i've been to, the Dublin Zoo is definitely not on the top of my list in regards to displays,etc. Overall though, it was a good place to...More