Founded in 1892, the quite large Barcelona Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world. It is home to more than 7,000 animals, including a reptile house, a pavilion of monkeys, and an aquarium with dolphins with dolphin shows. There are also two large playgrounds, a petting zoo, and a green area for picnics. The Barcelona zoo was most famous for Floquet de Neu ("Snowflake"), the only albino gorilla who ever lived in a zoo, that passed away in 2003.
Nature & Natural History Aquarium Animals Zoo
Opens daily. Opening hours may vary. Visit website and consult calendar.
|0 – 2||Free|
|3 – 12||€12.95|
Parc de la Ciutadella,, Barcelona
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