Seventh week

The Zoo and it’s café ILLU celebrated Valentine’s Day with special offers and shrove buns.

The long-legged storks have not yet been able to go outside while the black rhinos are enjoying their lives outside. Snow leopard pair are now spending time together in the big exposition instead of staying inside. Eagles are building nests.

Kigoma_foto Inari Leiman

Last Saturday the black rhino male Kigoma celebrated his 5th birthday. On the same day a group of animal friends, zoo employees and enthusiasts visited the Riga Zoo.

Albino tiger python was taken out of his cage for veterinarians to inspect it closer. It’s under medical care because of its stuck skin.

A Holland pygmy goat was born in the antelope house but it had to be taken under care by the zookeepers because the mother was not interested in it.

IUCN Estonian red book inauguration will be organized at the zoo on 19th of February. More information in Estonian here.

Open

  • Ticket office
    9-18
  • Indoor expositions *
    10-19
  • Children’s Zoo
    10-19

*Indoor expositions are closed on Mondays.
The Zoo closes two hours after the ticket office is closed.

How to get here

Paldiski mnt. 145 – North Entrance

From Tallinn city centre (Kaubamaja) bus no. 42 (Bus stop Zoo) From Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak) buses no. 22, 41, and 42 (Bus stop Zoo) From Railway station (Balti jaam) buses no. 21, 41, and 43 (Bus stop Zoo)

Ehitajate tee 150 – West Entrance

From Tallinn city centre (Kaubamaja) bus no. 42 (Bus stop Karikakra or Nurmenuku) From Railway station (Balti jaam) bus no. 43 (Bus stop Karikakra, Nurmenuku or Zoo) Buses no. 10, 12, 13, 28, 37, 45, 46, 47

Zoo map

Contact

E-R +372 6943 300; Emergency: 512 69 65
zoo@tallinnzoo.ee

Ehitajate tee 150/Paldiski mnt. 145
Tallinn 13522, Estonia

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