Beijing Zoo and Aquarium 2.0 rating

  Children Friendly

They do have pandas but displays aren't as good as other places in China, such as the Panda Breeding Centre in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. The animals are kept in very small cages in which they pace to and fro in sheer restlessness and desperation. The lion and tiger building is particularly disappointing, housing a collection of large felines in concrete cages without any natural habitation. The pandas are relatively well looked after in comparison, but kept in pretty bleak conditions. Some are concerned with the way animals are treated in the zoo, but the aquarium is one of the biggest in the world, and very impressive.

 Hours 
Sun
9:00
17:00
Mon
9:00
17:00
Tue
9:00
17:00
Wed
9:00
17:00
Thu
9:00
17:00
Fri
9:00
17:00
Sat
9:00
17:00
About Beijing Zoo and Aquarium

 Beijing

 http://www.beijingzoo.com

Beijing Zoo and Aquarium and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Ritan Park

Ritan Park(1.1 km)
The park contains the Temple of the Sun with an alter built in 1530 and used for sacrifices to the sun.

Dongyue Temple

Dongyue Temple(0.5 km)
Taoist temple founded in 1319 with hundreds of life size plaster figures and the possibility of making offerings to different gods responsible for all kind of stuff.

Temple of the Sun

Temple of the Sun(1.4 km)

Zhihua Temple

Zhihua Temple(1.7 km)

Zhihua Temple

Zhihua Temple(1.7 km)
Buddhist temple built in 1443 One of the largest, oldest and best preserved wooden structures in Beijing.

Silk Street

Silk Street(2.2 km)
Silk Street is a bustling market with over 1700 vendors, known for its counterfeit luxury apparel and accessories stores.

Ancient Observatory

Ancient Observatory(2.4 km)
The observatory covering 1,000 m2 was built in 1442and has been open to the public since 1983.

DoArt Gallery

DoArt Gallery(1.2 km)
This Beijing branch of a Seoul gallery opened in 2007.

Beijing Zoo and Aquarium Tickets and Tours in Beijing

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