Was at the zoo 2 years ago so decided to take my friend from England for a visit. The zoo was better than ever with a great new addition called zoorassic world.
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About Dublin Zoo
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Dublin zoo was awesome. We have watched the series on TV and just had to go and see it for ourselves. A 40 minute flight from Edinburgh and a very short taxi journey. Wonderful day out. We spent four hours admiring the animals and their...More
My husband and I decided to visit the Dublin Zoo one lovely sunshine-filled Sunday afternoon. The variety of healthy and well fed animals to see and the sheer size and effort that has been put into this zoo is simply amazing. Their natural habitats are...More
It was a gorgeous day so we decided to visit the zoo and have absolutely no regrets. The landscaping and grounds were gorgeous and they do a great job of trying to provide natural habitat for all of the animals. my one suggestion for improvement...More
This is a medium size zoo. It's really nice and very well maintained place. I would suggest buying your tickets online as there can be very long queues for the ticket office.
The animal exhibits are quite large and appear very comfortable for the creatures. I was surprised at the variety of animals they have.
We absolutely loved this place. WE were so lucky to see a huge tiger only inches from us - separated by glass of course- but to see such a magnificent creature so close was amazing. We also saw close up a mother gorilla cuddling her...More
Leisurely stroll around meeting fabulous animals in we designed enclosures Food available at the cafe reasonably priced and tasty too We went without children as we travelled without them but a great place for children a few families with young children seemed to really enjoy...More
me and my 3 friends went hear after taken part in the Dublin 5km rock n roll race. I thought the zoo had a good amount of different animals and it was spread out very well. I noticed that some families had there own sandwiches...More