Poznan New Zoo


City: Poznan
Country: Poland
Voivodeship: Greater Poland
Opend  1974

Species 410 (Species total in both zoos)


This zoo has a downtown area known as stare (old) and outside of the town as nowe (new). The new one shows the ungulates and elephants, but also has an insectarium

Last visited 2019


Phone number 061 877 35 17
Fax number 061 877 35 33
Address: Nowe Zoo, ul. Krańcowa 81, 61-048 Poznań, Poland
E-mail: sekretariat@zoopoznan.neostrada.pl


Open : minimum 9am-4pm

Entrace fee:

  • Adult 55,- PLN
  • Child 35,- PLN
  • Familly* 115,- PLN

* Familly tickets are valid for 2 parents and up to 4 children

Annual tickets (Only valid Monday-Friday)

  • 1 person 80,- PLN
  • Up to 3 Persons 150,- PLN

For kids: Playgrounds and pettingarea

Food: The Zoo has a places where you can get a snack


Taking photos: Is allowed, if publiciesed, please mention the zoo on your homepage

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After have been paying the entrance fee we turn right and go in to the childrens zoo, with goars, donkeys, pigs and shetland ponys to mention a few. Kids will love to pet them. Now turning right we have a pheasantry with peacocks, phesants and tragopans. Then we have an Australian area with the eastern grey kangaroo and emus.  Now looking at the zoos more rare animals, like the Negros warty pig  and the Alfreds deer. Following the road we now look at the  rare european otters, the southern white rhino and the davids deer. The last animal on the route is the Wisent, the only remaining wild ox of Europe - saved in the last minute and now living freely in the big foreste of Poland. This big zoo is also home for some real small creatures, the smallest are comming now - the Insects and spiders. The zoo also has a good collection of birds of prey and owls - like the kites and the Greater Spotted Eagle. Among them there is a house for rodents, the main prey for most of the birds of prey and carnivores. The Carnivores, especially cats are comming now, but also other smaller canivores like the bat-eared fox and the marbled polecat. Passing the Axis deer and the Nilgai we turn left at the Thomsons gazelle - a species rarely shown in zoos. First we look at the siatunga and across we finde the Pudu, the smalest real deer. Next door are the Vietnamese Sika deer. Now we look at the seal pool and the follow a big house, one of the few to enter. Here we finde the noctural animals, like the vampire bat and the feathertail glider. Outside again we meet the cute prairie dog and follow the road on to the aviarys for lemurs. Next to the we finde other birds of prey. Now we have reached the lake area, one of the most beautyfull areas of any zoo in the world, home for pelicans, flamingos and lots of ducks and geeses. The first real enclosures we meet are the savannahs, one for giraffes and another for Grevy zebras. Following the lakes on the left side we then meet a butterfly pavillion. Soon after the fun Japanese macaques. Then when we can we turn right and look at the rare European ground squirrel, that the zoo breeds. Across we finde the Bactrian Camel and then the African Elephant. Outside of the Elephant house we have some aviarys for owls and other birds like the Eurasian Stone-curlew. Following the road we first meet the Amur tiger and then the North American Bison, that once where grassing in millions on the prairie. The last area we are looking at the South American Area, withe the giant ant eater, soider monkeys and tapirs.

DE: Der neue Zoo von Posen ist der grösste von Polen und zeigt Huftiere, Elefanten und andere grössere Tiere, aber auch Insekten und Mäuse. Seltenheiten sind ua der Alfred Hirsch und Visayas-Pustelschwein

DK: Den nye zoo af Poznan er arealmæssigt den største  af Polan og viser hovdyr, elefanter  og andre større dyr, men også insekter og mus. Af sjældenhedder skal nævnes  prins Alfreds hjort og Visaya svin

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