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National Zoo

It is a space that handles the highest standards of animal management. It has its own veterinary clinic, nutrition center, and training and environmental enrichment programs.

Additionally, they work at the National Zoo with wildlife through conservation and research programs and receive rescued animals at their clinic.

To enrich the visitor experience, they offer an extensive program of exhibitions and public talks, activities for school groups, and special events on prominent dates of the year.

They also have a Zoo Cinema, where you can watch entertaining documentaries about the animal world.
Their mission is to inspire you to experience the diversity of life. Visit the National Zoo, a unique opportunity to connect with the natural world in the heart of Santiago. You can get to this place, getting off at the Station Santiago Funicular Zoo.

access ticket (cash only)

Adults $4,000
Girls / Boys
(from 3 to 13 years old)
$2,000
3rd age
(from 60 years)
$2,000
Minors
(up to 3 years)
Free

Schedule:

SUMMER
Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:00 a.m. / 6:00 p.m. (last stop only climb)
Closed Monday
Ticket Office closing: 17:45 hrs.

WINTER
Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: 10:00 a.m. / 5:00 p.m.
Closed Monday
Ticket Office closing: 16:45 hrs.
(*) Detention enabled only for the rise from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays.


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