ACCÈS DIMANCHE 3 MARS

Ce dimanche 3 mars toutes les routes aux abords du zoo seront fermées en raison du Semi Marathon de Paris. Si vous avez prévu une visite du Parc à cette date, nous vous recommandons fortement de privilégier les transports en commun, détaillés sur notre page "Accès".

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Map and tours

Plan your visit with our recommended tours, also find out where each animal is and where to picnic.
Plan du Parc zoologique - Fond de carte EN
Plan du Parc zoologique - Fond de carte MOBILE EN
Picnic area
Picnic area
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Toilets
Picnic area
Picnic area
Ostrich
Ostrich
Bush dog
Bush dog
Greater rhea
Greater rhea
Mara
Mara
Guanaco
Guanaco
Crowded crane
Crowded crane
Southern ground hornbill
Southern ground hornbill
Roan Antelope
Roan Antelope
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Interactive kiosk
Gift shop
Gift shop
Educational facilities
Educational facilities
Restaurant
Restaurant
Restaurant
Restaurant
Events schedule
Events schedule
Events schedule
Events schedule
Events schedule
Events schedule
Animal hospital
Animal hospital
European vivarium and blob zone
European vivarium and blob zone
Food stands
Food stands
Food stands
Food stands
Food stands
Food stands
Group meeting point
Group meeting point
Children area
Children area
Biodiversity area
Biodiversity area
Achille Urbain auditorium
Achille Urbain auditorium
Ant
Ant
Aquarium
Aquarium
Bat
Bat
Chalet
Chalet
Chameleons
Chameleons
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Drinks and treats
Marmoset
Marmoset
Mhorr gazelle
Mhorr gazelle
Peccary
Peccary
Photo exhibition
Photo exhibition
Greater rhea
Greater rhea
Snake
Snake
Toilets
Toilets
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas
Sensory areas

The recommended tours

1st visit

Is this your first visit? Make sure not to miss the following:

  • The Patagonia biozone with it's guanacos, sea lions, penguins and pumas.
  • The Sahel-Sudan biozone hosting the zebras, rhinoceros, lions and giraffes.
  • The Great african aviary with its flock of greater flamingos.
  • The Europe biozone where you can observe otters, vultures and wolves.
  • The Amazon-Guyana biozone with its jaguar couple and tapirs.
  • The Tropical greenhouse hosting manatees, iguanas, piranhas, lemurs and chameleons.
  • The Madagascar biozone where you can see different species of lemurs and fossas.

Rainy day

A rainy day offers the potential for rare moments during your visit of the Parc Zoologique de Paris as many of the animals enjoy the rain and you will find them to be more active and playfull than usual.

In addition you can also stay out of the rain if you choose by visiting:

  • The Tropical greenhouse where some animals run free (sloths, scarlet ibis, fruit bats) which gives you the tropical ambiance to observe other species of Guyana (manattes, tucans…) and of Madagascar (lemurs, chameleons, geckos…).
  • When you continue your journey toward the Europe vivarium, you discover the small european fauna: snakes, lizards, turtles.
  • After you travel to the giraffe house where you can see the giraffes enclosure.

Fast visit

If you have only half day to visit the Parc Zoologique de Paris, we suggest you to visit:

  • The sea lions group and the penguins colony of Patagonia;
  • The 2 white rhinoceros, and endangered specie;
  • The Barbary lions, 3 lionesses and 2 cubs born in 2015 in the zoo;
  • The gemsboks, an extinct specie in their natural environnement;
  • The biggest giraffes group in Europe;
  • The belvedere on the African plain at the entrance of the Great Aviary;
  • The jaguar couple, the biggest big cat of America;
  • The Tropical greehouse with the climat and sound ambiance of a tropical forest hosting animals of Guyana (manatees, macaws, iguanas) and of Madagascar (lemurs, chameleons, snakes…).