ZooWorld

++ Last updated: 07.09.2022 ++ All guests may visit the zoo without restrictions. The mask requirement does not apply. The zoo is open for you every day. We look forward to seeing you.

The white lion

Close to the king of the beasts

The zoo in Eberswalde has the most exciting lion enclosure in the world: In the middle, visitors pass through a tunnel to a fully glazed cave. From the glazed cave, you have a direct view of the big cats sneaking around - and actually...vice versa. Nowhere else you will get this close to a white lion again!

Monkey circus

The monkeys race through the forest

White-headed lemurs, common marmosets and calico lemurs - the monkeys at Eberswalde Zoo race freely through the forest demanding the visitors full attention. A total of about 1,500 animals from five continents make our Brandenburg zoo an extraordinary experience.

Glacier landscape

Siberian tigers love the cold

The largest living cat on earth is a symbol of all endangered animal species. At Eberswalde Zoo, the cold-loving Amur tigers live in the midst of an Ice Age glacier landscape with a climate path and adventure playground.

Location map

MONUMENT
PLAY AND EDUCATION AREA
INFOTHEK
TEACHING PAVILION
VIEWPOINT
BUS STOP
FOREST LADIES HOUSE
BEE HOUSE
NO ADMISSION FOR DOGS
WC DISABLED ACCESSIBLE
WC WITH CHANGING ROOM
STEPS / STAIRS
GRILL
RESTAURANT
TOUR: RED 2-3h
TOUR: BLUE 1-1.5h
1 Flamingo, humboldt penguin, mara, white stork
2 Bald eagle, griffon vulture, spotted eagle owl, yellow-cheeked crested gibbon
3 Macaw, golden agouti, common marmosets (free range)
4 Jungle house: giant snakes, loris, turtles, tarantulas, fish, peanuts, crocodiles, water dragons
5 Shetland pony, domestic donkey, red-bellied lemur, pot-bellied pigs, goats
6 Sun parakeets
7 Redhead information
8 Black and white vari, meerkats, pygmy otters
9 Serval, lion, chinese leopard, black lemur
10 Camel, yak, porcupine, turtles
11 Amur tiger, wolverine, cheetah
12 Ring-tailed lemurs, mustache tamarins, Lizards, common marmosets
13 Wolves and treetop trail
14 Fallow deer, raccoons, snow owls
15 Ring-tailed lemur, eagle owl, agouti, mustache tamarin, white-faced silky monkey
16 Zebra, marabou, ostrich, benett kangaroo
17 Emu, prairie dog, sitatunga, reindeer, Sarus crane, golden eagle
18 Wisent, Watussi cattle, alpaca, Owam goats, Somali sheep
19 Wild boar, coati, llama, capybara, rhea
20 Tree thorn

Enjoy the meal!

For penguins & Co.

Watching the animals on the hunt for the best delicacies. Attending their daily feedings is an extraordinary pleasure for young and old.

Did you know?

Eberswalde Zoo was founded in 1928.

For over 90 years the zoo has been an attraction to visitors of all ages - for the city a tourist highlight, for the people of Eberswalde a matter of the heart. Do you want to find out more? Click below to find a lot of interesting facts about Eberswalde Zoo and its animals.

Offspring at the zoo

Almost 400 young animals per year

Month after month, the zoo is happy to welcome new residents. Most of the animals' babies are born in May, just under 400 young animals per year. The last time the pot-bellied pigs had offspring was in December 2021. Last year 448 animals were born. This means that as of December 2021, the zoo had a total of 1212 animal residents. Find out here about the latest additions to Eberswalde Zoo.

Species protection

One of the most important tasks

Eberswalde Zoo actively participates in the conservation of the animal species protected by the Washington Convention on Endangered Species. With its diverse animal population, it is not only a living natural history museum, but also an educational and research facility. In all areas of the zoo you will find tinformation on how the interaction between nature, animals and people works.