The Estonian capital's most popular family attraction is the
zoo, crammed with close on 6,000 animals from Polar bears to
Siberian Tigers, as well as species from warmer climates, like
crocodiles and chimpanzees frolicking in the Tropical House. There
is also a delightful petting zoo.
Address: Paldiski Maantee 145 Website: www.tallinnzoo.ee Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 694 3300 Transportation: Trolley 6 or bus 22 from the city centre Opening Time: Indoor exhibits are closed Mondays, but the zoo is
open daily all year round from 9am-3pm (November to February),
9am-5pm (March to April, and September to October), and 9am-7pm
(May to August) Admission: EUR5.80 (adults), EUR2.90 (students and scholars),
EUR0.65 (children). Free entry with Tallinn Card.
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