This is one of the most important zoos in Spain. Visitors can take a tour of the fauna of five continents, with over 4,000 animals.
It contains popular animals such as giant pandas and koalas, and each facility is specially designed to adapt to the different species. The Aquarium comprises 35 tanks and various notable species on display such as the bull shark. The Dolphinarium has educational shows where you can learn more about these fascinating animals. Birds of prey and other exotic birds are in the Aviary, where you can see them in spectacular flight, guided by their trainers. The exhibition 'Mysterious Nature' features smaller vertebrates and poisonous snakes, and the area known as the 'Little Farm' is the ideal place for young children to have fun while they learn. The Madrid Zoo Aquarium organises lots of different activities for children, including workshops and camps.