Frequently asked questions about parks and zoos in Abu Dhabi.

The Khalifa Park is among the oldest and largest of Abu Dhabi's parks and gardens, spanning a total area of 500,000 square metres.

Everyone needs time to unwind, and in Abu Dhabi, you can easily visit a spa and wellness retreat, check into a cosy hotel or resort, or lounge at one of the many stunning beaches.

Whether you want to spend the day just relaxing or want to actually go out and experience something that has a cultural angle or some level of adrenaline:

Abu Dhabi has two main zoos:

The ticket for Emirates Park Zoo is priced at AED 40 per person. Children below 2 years can enter for free.

As of 7 November 2022, almost all Covid-19 restrictions in Abu Dhabi have been lifted meaning green status on the Al Hosn app and negative PCR tests are no longer required to enter Abu Dhabi attractions, such as the Emirates Park Zoo. It is best to always re-check before going as rules are subject to change from time to time.

Outside food and beverages are not permitted at the Emirates Park Zoo. But don't worry, there are plenty of food options once you are inside.