The Lisbon Zoo was inaugurated in 1884 and is at present one of the most renowned of its kind in the world. Within Lisbon city, it is home to around 2000 animals of nearly 300 different species, many of which face danger of extinction in their natural habitats. Marvel at the magnificent view from the cable car and witness a variety of daily shows of birds, dolphins and reptiles.
By taking action towards the protection of wildlife, educating, preserving and researching, the Zoo strives for the protection of animals, plants and their habitats on a daily basis.
When visiting the Zoo, you are contributing to the fulfillment of this mission of conservation.
How to get there
Bus (Carris routes): 701, 716, 726, 731, 746, 754, 755, 758, 768, 770 – Lisbon Zoo is within walking distance (10 meters) of Sete-Rios stop .
Train: Sete-Rios station (Sintra line, Azambuja line, Évora line, Beja line and Fertagus)
Metro: Jardim Zoológico station (Blue line)
Summer Schedules (from March 21 to September 20)
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (last admission is 1h15 minutes before advertised closing time, including for re-entries).
Winter Schedules (from September 21 to March 20)
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last admission is 45 minutes before advertised closing time, including for re-entries).
There is no need to book.
To benefit from this offer, you must present one of the following documents: