Rotterdam’s zoo was selected as one of Europe’s most beautiful zoos! The naturalistic leaving spaces of animals from around the world will take any visitor to an expedition. In the zoo, you’ll find tigers, elephants, sea lions, red pandas, gorillas, and many more. You can also go “underwater” in the Oceanium, where you’ll meet many marines and coastal animals, including sharks, sea otters, puffins, penguins, and more. Another great attraction as part of your visit will be the Amazonica, filled with butterflies. If you still have some strengths left or need a mid-day break, pay a visit to the excellent family park, the Plaswijckpark, which features boat and train rides, an adventures playground, plus a petting zoo.
Rotterdam Zoo, Blijdorplaan 8, 3041 JG Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dutch (official language), Frisian is spoken in the northern province of Friesland. English, German and French are widely spoken.
Babies, Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors, Any Age
- Adult: € 23.50
- Child 3 to 12 years: € 19.00
- Child 0 to 2 years: Free
To buy an admission ticket with a discount coupon, (ticket or -pass such as the RotterdamPas) is only possible at the main entrance and you have to make a CASH DESK appointment.
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- Voted as one of Europe’s most beautiful zoos!
- Your kids would love it.
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Best Time To Visit
Rotterdam weather is oceanic. You can expect rainy days all year long. However, the temperature rarely reaches extreme levels. The best time to visit Rotterdam is in the spring and summer since there’ll probably be fewer rainy days, with pleasant weather. The hottest month is August and the coldest month is January. Remember to check the weather forecast a few days before the trip and before heading to the airport.