A great way to mix education and excitement is with a visit to the Emirates Park Zoo. Home to different animal species and an ever-growing list of attractions and fun activities, there's plenty to see and do.
The zoo was built for visitors to appreciate nature, experience something unique and make unforgettable memories. Home to wildcats, reptiles, birds, herbivores, primates are more, do all the exploring with your eyes and cameras too, but skip the flash!
Things to see and do
If you really want to get to know some of the coolest creatures, how about feeding them their favourite meal? From hippos to monkeys and farm animals, give it a go under the watchful eye of the zoo guides.
You can also catch live animal shows, zipline or climb at the aerial play park and even spend time at the games area with 5 big rides and over 100 arcade games.
For a closer and more intimate encounter, there are VIP experiences that you can book like, breakfast with parrots or giraffes, brunch with leopards and even dinner with elephants!
Stay at the zoo
The zoo also boasts the Emirates Park Resort which offers luxury chalets in the middle of the zoo. Tuck into the deluxe rooms complete with an outdoor swimming pool, a food and beverage section with a selection of different cuisines, a play area for kids and a souvenir shop.
Frequently asked questions about Emirates Park Zoo
How much is an Emirates Park Zoo ticket?
A single-entry ticket is AED 40; children 2 years old and below can enter for free.
What activities can you do at Emirates Park Zoo?
There's plenty to do at the Emirates Park Zoo! From feeding animals, watching animal shows, ziplining or wall climbing at the aerial play park and playing at the arcade zone to premium experiences such as private dining with the animals!
When did Emirates Park Zoo open?
Emirates Park Zoo opened in 2008 as a small feeding farm and was then turned into a full-blown zoo for the public in 2012.