The Opole Zoo was founded in the 30s of the twentieth century. It is located on the Bolko island. The Zoo in Opole specializes in breeding Callitrichidae, lemurs and ungulates.
Interesting objects, very popular among children, are the giraffe house, the gorilla enclosure, amphibians pavilion with species that are most at risk of extinction and a pool hosting the only Californian sea lions in Poland. At the zoo there are also playgrounds for children, a petting zoo, where kids can feed the animals themselves with special pellets purchased from vending machines.
At specified hours demonstrations in feeding animals such as gorillas, pelicans, lemurs, otters and sea lions are being held.
CC licence: some rights reserved by ElsergietenapurosAdress:
ul. Spacerowa 10, 45-094 Opole, Polska
open all year round. Since May 1st from: 10:00-18:00, October 1st. 9:00-16:00, from December 1st, 9:00-15:00, from March 1st, 9:00-16:00Tickets adults:
Normal annual ticket 100 PLN, the annual half-price ticket 60 PLN
children under 3 years free admission, children and adults with disabilities free