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Beijing Zoo Tickets Booking
From CNY10/US$2 per person
  • Closely watch lovely rare animals such as pandas.
  • Learn some common knowledge about animals.
  • It's the earliest and largest city zoo in China.
  • A must-see place with various animals for family tours.
Select Date and Tickets:
Entering Time
  • Adult: Age 18-60
  • Combined Ticket [Zoo + Panda Hall] [Apr 1 to Oct 31]
  • Child: Age 6-17
  • Combined Ticket [Zoo + Panda Hall] [Apr 1 to Oct 31]
Important Notice
1. Free of charge for children under 120cm (3.9 feet), or less than 6 years old.
2. Minors between 7-18 years enjoy half price.
1. The tickets are released 7 days in advance; we will book the tickets for you as soon as they are available.
2. Your valid Passport/ID information is required for booking, one person could only book one ticket per day.
How to Book and Use
1. Book & pay online, get email confirmation with QR code, show QR code at the entrance.
2. Travelers in one order should enter the site together.
3. The ticket is only valid for the selected visiting date.
Opening Hours:
Apr - Oct: 07:30-18:00
Nov - Mar: 07:30-17:00
1. Free cancellation if sending the request by email 24 hours before the designated entry time.
2. After ticket is issued, service fee is non-refundable.
3. Partial cancellation is not accepted, tickets in one order have to be cancelled together.
What to Expect
There are three areas at Beijing Zoo: the East Area, West Area and North Area.

The lovely pandas are in the East Area. Bears, waterfowl, nocturnal animals, kangaroos, and the American leopards also live here.
There is an Education and Conservation Center in the West Area. Lectures about animals are held here. Parents can take children here to gain some knowledge about animals. You can find giraffes, deer, penguins, various species of birds, amphibian and reptiles here. There is also a Children's Zoo, a mini-zoo with a playground. Kids can feed the animals and play there.

You can see hippos, rhinos, elephants and eagles in the North Area. The Beijing Aquarium is there, too.

Additional Info
No. 137, Xizhimenwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
How to get to Beijing Zoo
 By subway:
Take subway line 4 and get off at Beijing Zoo Station.

 By bus:
Take bus 16, 26 and get off at the Beijing Jiaotong University Station.
Take bus 27, 87, 105, 107, 111, 332, 347, 360, 362, 534, 563, 632, special 4, special 19 and get off at Beijing Zoo Station.

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    5.06 Reviews
    Posted on Apr. 10, 2024
    Easy to use. The travel consultant contacted me to let me know the tickets are only released closing to the date, and hence keep me posted once they are available.
    R Sriram
    Posted on Dec. 28, 2023
    Thank you Cristina Zhao for fast response, reliable service and excellent English.
    Posted on Nov. 15, 2020
    Made everything so easy, just showed my ticket on my phone and walked right in to both zoo entrance and panda exhibit. Travel China Guide tickets are always convenient and reliable!!!
    Posted on Oct. 31, 2020
    Booking process very easy for travelers.
    Posted on Dec. 02, 2019
    Very simple and helpful! My zoo tickets were sent via email and we walked through the entrance without any issues.
    Posted on Aug. 18, 2019
    Very enjoyable and wonderful day and experience by my entire family. The pandas and the albino tiger were the obvious highlights.
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