We got the bus to the zoo. It is a way out of town. But it was well worth the visit. There are restaurants and coffee shops on the way around. Plenty to see and do for all ages
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Went to see the Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo last night. We didn’t arrive till 6.30pm and went straight in. No queues. The lights are absolutely amazing. Some of them are truly breathtaking. The animals are so will done and there is a part that...More
I spent over 3 hours taking my time, walking around the Dublin Zoo and checking out all the animals. They all look to be really nicely taken care of and there were some really cool animals there. Im not really used to going to Zoo's...More
If you like animals and nature in general, spend a few hours here. The zoo is part of the European breeding program for animals that are vulnerable and close to extinction so that was nice for me to know. Don't miss the red panda! :)
Visited this zoo on the spur of the moment and enjoyed myself there. They have all sorts of animals and at 17.50 euros for one adult, not bad value. Cheaper than London Zoo. Its in Phoenix Park and is very easy to get to.
Set in the beautiful Phoenix Park, the zoo is full of the usual animals you would expect. There's also educational areas with animal skills and fur. The cafe is OK. It's a bit of a walk from the city centre so I'd recommend the bus....More
Having gone in what is officially 'winter' here in Dublin, a lot of the animals weren't too interested in being out of their enclosures. So some we never got to see. IT was lovely seeing the ones we COULD see however, and we got some...More