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Zoo Copenhagen

Zoo Copenhagen Denmark
Frederiksberg, Denmark
Hear the lions roar or watch the baboons tease each other. Say hello to a goat or see how the cow is being milked. Zoo Copenhagen offers animal experiences for all, every day all year long.   

The animal park opened its doors in 1859, where people could see a seal in a bathtub and a turtle in a bucket. Today, the zoo is completely transformed and is home to 4,751 animals that all need care every day. You can experience how the animals are being fed and nurtured.   

In the Children Zoo, you can race against a leopard, or see if you can jump as high as a rabbit. The zoo organises events where you, for example, can get close to the animals or see the training of different animals. You can also just stroll around the garden and enjoy the many sounds of animals from all over the world. If you are hungry, you can eat your own food, or if you prefer to eat at one of the parks dining places, they are ready to welcome you and serve a meal.   

If you want to host a corporate event or a birthday party, Zoo Copenhagen helps to make your day unforgettable. The par organises team building, different courses and lectures. If you want free access all year, you can buy the annual pass.
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