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“Zoo is closed for two years to undergo renovation to an eco parque”
El Zoologico de Buenos Aires tiene por objetivo ser un gran centro de educacion ambiental que forme mejores ciudadanos, mas comprometidos con el bienestar animal y el cuidado de la naturaleza. Paralelamente, que se convierta en un centro de...more
Av. Las Heras 4440 | (Av. Sarmiento y Las Heras), Buenos Aires, Argentina
We read about the change the BA zoo was undergoing, but it seemed that it would be open in part during renovation.
It is fully closed as of now, and there was a helpful gentleman that told us it would reopen in 2019.
I've been to zoos around the world and this is in the running for one of the worst, if not the worst. It was fun to see some animals roaming free that one might see caged in other zoos but that was about it. I...More
this used to be quiet interesting but is now in the process of being turned into an eccopark...which is of course admirable, however for now it is just a complete mess, large areas can not be accessed, many animals have been moved out and several...More
Very old zoo under construction. Half of the zoo is closed, but you can see the animals over the fences. It's not that the animals need more rest (read that here), the zoo is open from Wednesday to Sunday, normal zoos never are closed and...More
We decide to visit the zoo with my friend as I was visiting Bueno Aires.
Quiet familiar with zoo visit, this one was the worse.
You need to pay 245$ for the entrance which is expensive for the city.
Inside the park, a lot of...More
We hear the zoo is undergoing a refurb, but except for the closed areas we could find no evidence of things getting better. The animals look healthy enough, but their enclosures are sad and lacking. The materials which make up the enclosures make it very...More
The Zoo will is been recicle remain with an entry restricted to 2,000 visitors per day, from Wednesday to Sunday, at a cost of 190 pesos; The money collected will go to a fund that will finance the planned gradual migration of the species to...More