Book your tickets online.

Reservation is mandatory for all visitors, including those who are entitled to free admission and holders of admission tickets (tickets purchased in advance, extended tickets, invitations, annual pass...).

No on-site sales will be possible.

During the week we propose a dated ticket for the day of the visit and on the weekend two time slots per day (morning and afternoon).

Please note that on busy days, especially on weekends, there may be long waits at the zoo and greenhouse entrance. The busiest times to enter the zoo are usually in the morning at opening and in the early afternoon.

Our teams are mobilized to guarantee compliance with health and safety rules.

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Biozone Sahel-Soudan © MNHN - F-G Grandin

Blind and partially sighted visitors

The Parc Zoologique de Paris helps everyone to access the zoo: visitors can plan their visit and explore the entire site completely by themselves The teams at the Parc Zoologique de Paris pay special attention to the quality of the visitor experience at every stage in the trail.

The Parc Zoologique de Paris has taken steps so that visually impaired visitors can access the zoo quite easily.

  • Visually impaired visitors can follow the zoo trail independently using guiding strips and guide dogs are allowed in the park.  
  • Audioguides are available from the site reception centre.  
  • Signs and information boards about the species on the site have been designed so that they can be easily read by partially sighted visitors.

Food and drinks

The zoo has two restaurants, several kiosks and two picnic areas. Please check our "Restauration" page (in French) for more information.