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Wear swimming costumes and get up close with friendly hippos. Meet Lisa, Ze Maria, and their cub Fillipo, housed in a large glass-walled tank. The pool for visitors slopes down into a model beach, Malawai, that mimics the shores of Lake Malawi with sun loungers and umbrellas. Perfect place to relax in the sun after swimming with hippos!
Visitors will find a reproduction of Boulders Beach in Cape Town, South Africa, one of the few places in the world where you can swim with penguins because not all of these cute feathers live in icy waters! You can see them swimming underwater through a large glass window and walking alongside them: there are 65 black-footed penguins in all.
At the zoo bio park, it is possible to climb onto a platform at giraffe height to really look them in the eye. Accompanied by a biologist, in small groups, you can also approach them from the ground to see how tall they are. In the zoo's Serengeti, there are also a couple of rhinoceroses, animals at risk of extinction due to indiscriminate hunting for the substances in their horn.
With Turin Zoo tickets, you can also experience a night in a tented camp in the savannah where you fall asleep and wake up hearing the cries of animals. The day begins with breakfast with the giraffes, a sunrise walk in the park, and an aperitif with the lions. Experience the thrill of finding yourself in a Madagascar safari, without having to leave Italy!
10 AM to 11 PM, Monday to Sunday
Best Time to Visit: Visit on weekdays as weekends can get crowded, during the morning hours if you plan on taking a dip in the pools.
Address: Str. Piscina, 36, 10040 Cumiana TO, Italy
You’ll find lodging facilities inside the Turin Zoo that suit every budget:
The starting price of Turin Zoo tickets is €20. This includes skip-the-line access to the bio park. Prices vary based on the additional tours or access like swimming pools.
You can buy tickets to Turin Zoo online or at the venue. However, this booming bio park is bustling with tourists year-round. Hence, it is recommended to purchase tickets online, with this you can save time at the entrance and spend more time in the park.
Your Turin Zoo tickets include priority entry into this immersive bio park, getting up close with animals in their natural habitat, taking pictures, and more.
Yes, you can purchase skip-the-line tickets online for €20. This will allow you to get past the long lines at the entrance and full access to this bio park.
No, unfortunately, Turin Zoo tickets cannot be canceled. However, you can use them anytime for a specific duration as mentioned when buying the tickets.
The best time to visit Turin Zoo is on weekdays when there are fewer tourists. You can spend more time with the animals and also stay for the night at discounted rates.
The best way to get to the bio park is by taking a Trenitalia from Turin. After getting off at Piscina di Pinerolo, you can book a shuttle to the zoo.
It depends on how you want to experience this diverse animal park. However, a complete tour of Turin Zoo will take around 7-8 hours (a day). So, drop in early!
Yes, it is a must-see attraction on your bucket list. If you happen to be in Turin, visit this animal sanctuary and it’ll be worth your time & money.
Yes, Turin Zoo is accessible on wheelchairs. Wheelchairs are available for rent from the venue. People with motor disabilities can bring their escorts, although the tickets need to be purchased separately.
Yes, of course! Take as many memorable photographs with animals as possible. These snaps are to be cherished for days to come. However, using flash guns is strictly prohibited.
Yes, absolutely! All the animals are taken care of by professionals who take extra measures in keeping them in the best possible manner. Moreover, you’ll have guides to navigate your kids through this animal kingdom. So, bring your kids, they’ll love it!
Yes, you can bring outside food and enjoy your meal at picnic spots inside the bio park. However, feeding animals is strictly prohibited. Plus, bringing alcohol is not permitted inside the zoo.