Lodz City ZOO is located in the Zdrowie Park, the largest city park in Lodz. The exact opening date of the ZOO is not known, but it is generally assumed to have taken place in 1938. The fist inhabitant of the ZOO was deer Boruta caught on the Reymont Square downtown. Over the years, the Lodz ZOO has changed a lot having become a comfortable living space for numerous species of animals and a popular place to visit for Lodz citizens.
Recently, Lodz City ZOO has begun the biggest expansion in its history. Almost half of the area will become the Oriental Garden. It’s a multi-level semi-aquatic exposition of fauna and elements of Oriental culture, namely, south-eastern Asia. Thanks to the Oriental Garden, common animal enclosures for different animal species, and the garden will gain a number of species that have never lived in Lodz, such as sharks, stingrays, orangutans, or clouded leopards. The construction of the Oriental Garden is planned for 3 years, and during this time the ZOO’s operation will be limited.
October - March 9h - 15.30h
April and September 9h - 18h
May - August 9h - 19h
Pavilions are closed 15 minutes before closing the Garden
On November 1, the ZOO is closed to visitors
Prices valid in the spring and summer season (22.03 – 31.10)
Normal ticket 25 PLN
Discount ticket 20 PLN
Family ticket (2 adult and max. 2 child) 75 PLN
Prices valid in the autumn and winter season (01.11 – 21.03)
Normal ticket 20 PLN
Discount ticket 15 PLN
Family ticket (2 adult i max. 2 child) 60 PLN