Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park
Dublin Zoo is recognised as one of the most modern zoos in Europe,
playing an important part in European Zoo breeding programmes. Dublin Zoo was opened in 1831 by the then Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, which had been founded the previous year. The animals were supplied by its counterpart in the UK, London Zoo.
Like other Zoos of this time, Dublin Zoo was nothing like it is today. Its purpose was to show as many different kinds of animals as possible to people who had never seen anything like it.
Close to the City in the vast Phoenix Park, a wander around the 60 acres will take you on a voyage from the fringes of the Artic, to the Plains of Africa, via the Indian Rainforest.
It's also a great day out for all! See elephants, tigers, gorillas, chimpanzees, and orang-utans, rare monkeys, rhinos, hippos, giraffes, and many more exotic and endangered species. There are also, still parts of the zoo that date back to the very beginning - why not come along and see them for yourself!
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Room only basis. Breakfast is available at the hotel, priced at €15 per person for full Irish and €12 for Continental breakfast.
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