Great zoo close to the city. Animals look well treated. Had a great time with the family, espesially looking at the polarbears.
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We went to the zoo on a beautiful Sunny Monday, and although it was OK we were quite disappointed that some animals were missing and the place felt like it was on shut down. It was a little disappointing and think the zoo should consider...More
My boyfriend and me went to visti the zoo in May. May is still very cold in Copenhagen so many animals were hibernating. My favourite atraction was prairie dogs, It is a small zoo compare to the one where I live (Madrid) But it gives...More
There were some enclosures which seemed far too small for animals such as the lions. But the elephant house and Arctic ring were really impressive. Nice day out but seeing the lack of space for some animals was a bit sad, can only hope they...More
We went on a very quiet day, there seemed to be either animals missing that were shown on the map or they were being moved. The first thing you see is lions in an enclosure that is by no means big enough for them. The...More
it is ok to visit the zoo but do not have high expectations on this place. It is nice though but it is not a must, if you ask my opinion. The kids were ok with it,
This is a smaller zoo to walk around.. However small zoo = small enclosures for the animals. Monkeys were great to watch but the lions look quite depressed there must be around 7-8 in the enclosure and it is not big at all.. I can...More
We enjoyed visiting the zoo in Copenhagen. Great variety of animals to see over the course of two parks. The park is slightly date I would agree though we didn't see any unhappy animals. Favourite part for us was seeing the giraffe enclosure. Decent day...More
First of all, I have real concerns about the size of some of the enclosures. The lions, with several cubs, seemed to have no room to run, all the stimulation we could see were a few Christmas trees tossed in the enclosure (in fact in...More
We used our Copenhagen Card to get entrance to the zoo and enjoyed seeing the polar bears playing outside with their large plastic oil drums and swimming in a large and varied pool. It was a lovely sunny day when we visited so all of...More