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Emirates Park Zoo

Emirates Park Zoo is home to more than 1,800 animals and 250 different species. Get up, close and personal with animals through our daily show, catch a kiss with Sonja - the sea lion or meet and greet the only two Indian elephants. Feed and interact with our animals, participate in educational ... More

12th Street, Al Bahia
Al Shahama
+971 2 501 0000
Emirates Park Zoo

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Recent Reviews
Chained birds? Really? Animals in paper boxes? Foul smelly water? The only worthy thing to do at the zoo is a wonderful parcours for kids. I highly recommend it. Yet for anything else, it's an F. Animals are all in a bad shape and this zoo deserves an urgent makeover. Additionally, cages are dirty and overcrowded. No comment on that. More
Good value, and great for kids. Covid meant no animal feeding but everything was open. Some of the animal spaces need to be bigger though. It's not a zoo that is up to modern standards of space, but the animals generally seemed to be well cared for. Worth a visitMore
We visited the park and enjoyed the day. Special thanks to Kannan at The Hide restaurant.... extended a warm welcome and special attention to our table. Loved the experience. A must visit if you have kids accompanying you !More
The animals here are kept in small, poorly looked after enclosures in the heat and with people crowding all around them. There was nothing but rocks and sand in all the cages. Children were running around with no thought of the animals and I saw many banging the glass, shouting and even kicking at the animals while none of the staff took any notice. There was no educational information about the animals except what they are e.g. African Giraffe. ! It certainly showed no interest in conservation, education or helping people to learn about and appreciate the animals that live around us. This is not a place for animal lovers. It is cruel and displays a total disregard for any of the animals comfort and wellbeing.More
It was nice trip with family. My kids are enjoyed . The staff are well educated for Covid protocol always reminding others for social distancingMore