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Walked to the Zoo from the square, via Malta Lake. We were blessed with the most glorious of days (no jumpers or coats)
Only passed a couple of visitors the whole 2 hours we were there.
Lovely open zoo with plenty wardens on view. A...More
Poznan zoo is amazing! It has a huge elephant house (brilliantly designed). It has bears, tigers, giraffes and many other great species of animals. The animals are given a lot of space in their enclosures which I greatly appreciate. There is also a white rhino...More
Visited with husband and mother in law! And what a day! The weather was amazing and the park was practically empty, we had it all to our selves. Most of the food venders were closed as out of season but the experience was amazing. The...More
This is a big place, and you will get your daily exercise walking here. But, there is a small "train" driving around, so you don't need to worry.
All in all, absolutely a nice place that can be highly recommended.
Again - make preparations for...More
Low admission fee, clean and tidy, nice green areas. Some of the animals had way too small area but overall it was ok. It made me sad to see the eagles not being able to fly. A small train to take you around when having...More
More of a safari than a zoo. Huge zoo, very well laid out with the animals in acres of space. I understand a lot of animals rescued from poorer zoos across Europe have been re-homed here and I can see why. Logically laid out and...More
The second biggest zoo in poland ( next to gdansk zoo) be prepared to walk! But you can ride on the mini train too that goes around the zoo but it gets loaded quicklyou on peak days of the zoo.
Baby strollers are allowed inside...More
The actual space of the ZOO is huge but the animals are squeezed in tiny spaces. This is especially cruel in the elephant exhibit. There is water, but these water loving animals have no access to it. The otherwise large exhibit space has been limited...More
The zoo is really big, I don't think we managed to walk around the entirety of it when we visited. There are maps located around, but potentially needed a few more..
Lots of different animals - the elephants were my favourite. Super cheap to get...More