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Admission prices and tickets

effective from 01.06.2021 (no limit or warranty)

incl. conservation euro without conservation euro

Adults

Day ticket 16.00 Euro15.00 Euro
Annual season ticket46.00 Euro43.00 Euro

Children
(3-16 years)

Day ticket 8.00 Euro7.00 Euro
Day ticket (with disability card)4.50 Euro3.50 Euro
Annual season ticket24.00 Euro21.00 Euro
Annual season ticket (with disability card)13.50 Euro10.50 Euro

Concessions
(with ID: primary, secondary and college/vocational students and the severely disabled)

Day ticket 11.00 Euro10.00 Euro
Annual season ticket33.00 Euro30.00 Euro

Families
(2 adults with up to 4 children)

Day ticket 43.00 Euro40.00 Euro
Annual season ticket119.00 Euro116.00 Euro

Groups (10 persons or more)
(*Reduced group price for: School pupils (aged 16 years and up), vocational school pupils, severely disabled persons and students)

Adults13.00 Euro12.00 Euro
Children5.00 Euro4.00 Euro
Concessions8.00 Euro7.00 Euro
Kindergarten groups - from Dresden1.00 Euro
Kindergarten groups - from elsewhere2.00 Euro

Monday ticket
(except public holidays and events)

Adults11.00 Euro10.00 Euro

Dresden pass

Adults 8.50 Euro7.50 Euro
Children 4.50 Euro3.50 Euro
Annual season ticket adult24.50 Euro21.50 Euro
Annual season ticket children13.50 Euro10.50 Euro

Other partner offers: DDFF (Dresden for Friends), DREWAG Kundenkarte (DREWAG customer card), Dresden Welcome Card, Ehrenamtspass (volunteer passport)
(Please check with the respective providers regarding the applicable discounts)

Useful information for your visit

  • The Conservation Euro is a voluntary contribution to species conservation. 100% of contributions are donated to field projects. The Conservation Euro is automatically added to the admission price. Nursery and school groups are excluded from this. Visitors who prefer not to pay this contribution must inform ticket office staff of this BEFORE PAYMENT IS MADE. In that case, the Conservation Euro would then be deducted from the admission price. The contribution cannot be refunded once payment has been made. You can find more information on the Conservation Euro
  • Please note that children under 12 years are only admitted to the Zoo when accompanied by an adult.

FAQs

Admission to the Zoo is free for children between the ages of 3 and 16 on their birthdays. There is no need to give prior notice. Simply show an ID card or any other form of certification bearing the child’s date of birth to our ticket office staff and we will treat you to a very special birthday in our Zoo.  
Lockers are available in the foyer for small items of baggage (e.g. tote bags, handbags). You can hire a key at our information desk for 1.00 euro (plus a 10 euro deposit). Individual suitcases can be deposited at our information desk free of charge. Unfortunately it is not possible to reserve baggage storage in advance.
Dogs are not permitted inside the Zoo. No accommodation is provided for them. The smell of dogs can cause many zoo animals distress, as dogs are one of their predators. Some visitors, especially children, are also wary of dogs. Assistance dogs belonging to visitors who are physically or mentally disabled are excluded from this rule.
Children aged 12 and over are allowed to visit the Zoo unaccompanied. Children below the age of 12 are only allowed to visit the Zoo when accompanied by an adult.

Gift vouchers

All day tickets and annual passes are also available as vouchers. For a handling fee of 3 euros (or 5 euros abroad) we will be happy to send these to you  – just use our contact form to send your request.

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