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- Adults: €16.00
- Reduced (Adults): €13.00
- Children (from 4 years): €9.50
- Reduced (Children): €6.00
- Family ticket big (2 adults, 3 children): €49.00
- Dogs: €6.00
- Adult evening tickets: €10.00
- Children evening tickets: €8.00
- (valid from 1 hour before the ticket office closes)
We look forward to seeing you:
- March to April: 9am to 5pm
- May to August: 9am to 6pm
- September to October: 9am to 5pm
- November to February: 9am to 4pm
The animal houses and the DARWINEUM close one hour after the ticket office closes.
Barnstorfer Ring 1
Leave the A20 at the Rostock West exit in the direction of Zentrum/Warnemünde and follow the signs to Rostock Zoo/DARWINEUM.
at Barnstorfer Ring, directly by the zoo entrance
P + R external car parks:
Gross Schwasser Weg on the Westfriedhof (10 minutes on foot or 2 stations along the no. 28 bus route to the Zoo), administrative building in the Rennbahnallee (5 minutes on foot to the Zoo).
By public transport:
Tram lines 3 and 6 will take you swiftly to the Trotzenburg zoo entrance and bus no. 28 to the Barnstorfer Ring zoo entrance.
Please note: From 3rd November to 28th February, the Trotzenburg ticket office is only open at weekends, public holidays and during the holidays. The Barnstorfer Ring entrance is open every day
Rostock Zoo - Discover the animal kingdom and have an adventure
At Rostock Zoo - the largest zoo on the German Baltic Sea coast, you can marvel at 4,000 animals from 380 different species across the world. See cheetahs and jaguars in the wild, exotic birds in the rainforest pavilion and in autumn 2018 the return of the polar bears in the new POLARIUM. The naturally designed enclosures are embedded in a unique park landscape with different botanical features.
Travel back in time in the DARWINEUM. This living museum provides environmental education and science you can touch, take part in and be creative with. In two interactive exhibition areas, the biological diversity of life as evolution progresses can be experienced. The time periods “conceal” themselves in spacious areas with primeval landscape and animal pictures, with Europe’s largest jellyfish tank underneath. The heart of the DARWINEUM beats in the tropical hall - the new home for the gorillas and orangutans. The great apes live here together with De Brazza’s monkeys and gibbons in natural living areas.
Rostock Zoo is part of one of the most popular holiday destinations in northern Germany and has been distinguished several times with the “Familienfreundliche Einrichtung” (family-friendly establishment) mark of quality. As of September 2015, it is the best zoo in Europe is in the B category, with 500,000 to 1 million visitors per year.