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Admission fees

administrator | 27.01.2014

Admission fees


High season (May to August)

  • Adults CZK 120

  • Children (3-15 years) CZK 80

  • Pensioners (over 65 years), students (under 26 years) CZK 80

Low season (September - October, March - April)

  • Adults CZK 100

  • Children (3-15 years) CZK 70

  • Pensioners (over 65 years), students (under 26 years) CZK 70

Winter season (November to February)

  • Adults CZK 90

  • Children (3-15 years) CZK 60

  • Pensioners (over 65 years), students (under 26 years) CZK 60

Parking fee

  • Single price of CZK 50 per car and day (fees apply throughout the zoo's visiting hours, payable at the reception desk)

Discounts

  • Disabled persons (ZTP card holders): 50%

  • Disabled persons (ZTP/P card holders): free (including the accompanying person)

  • Discount for groups (min. 10 persons): 20%

  • Family ticket (min. 2 adults and 2 children): 10%

  • Upon showing a ticket purchased at the Paradise Islands Exhibit, just the difference in price remains to be paid; the ticket is only valid on the given day.

  • Subsequent free entry to the Paradise Islands Exhibit does not apply to participants of any ZooSchool programme held at the zoo.

  • Family passes: 10%

 Season tickets

Type of tickets Price (CZK) Note
Children (3-15 years) 500 Non-transferrable
Students (under 26 years) 500 A student card / acknowledgment is required
Pensioners (over 65 years) 500 Proof is required
Adults 800 Non-transferrable
Adult person & child (3-15 years ) 1.000 Non-transferrable
Family ticket (2 + 2) 1.800 Non-transferrable
Family ticket (2+3) 2.000 Non-transferable
Corporate ticket (1+1) 6.000 Transferrable

 

 The zoo entrance office accepts the following debit/credit cards:

Vouchers - sports, culture

  • Sodexo - Flexi Pass, Dárkový Pass, Relax Pass, Fokus Pass

  • Chèque Déjeuner - "Unišek"

Please note that: 

  • dogs are not permitted to enter the zoo grounds - thank you for your understanding

  • some of the paths inside the Czech-Saxon Switzerland Exhibit are not suitable for wheelchairs and prams (they feature a natural surface made of sandstone with steep slopes)

  • the zoo does not accept any foreign currency