We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Tbilisi Zoo is the oldest and largest zoo in Georgia, in the country's capital of Tbilisi. Founded in 1927, it is located in the Vere River valley in central Tbilisi. The zoo was heavily affected by a flood on 14 June 2015, leaving many of its...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Meraba Kostavy St. 64 | Southwest Corner Off Hero's Square, Tbilisi 0171, Georgia
For it's price (2 GEL) it worth, but do not except some fancy zoo full with animals. It is a small zoo, but they have some interesting animals and I think all is all it could be good choice for spend some free time. The...More
It's an old zoo with a very sad history.
Opened in 1927 this zoo has aways done its best. 2015 was a sad year with the flooding of the zoo and the loss of many of the animals and 3 staff. You can still feel...More
I have visited the zoo twice during my stay in Georgia. Although the facility is not as advanced as some other zoos I have visited before, I enjoyed the simplicity of the place. It was relaxing and enjoyable. The zoo has a beautiful collections of...More
As of August 2018, the zoo was in poor condition. Animals live in terrible conditions.
The terrarium is relatively good. There's a green snake that I couldn't get enough of.
The price for the ticket is 2 gel, the entrance to the terrarium 2 gel.
I like zoos but this one made me sad. I know they had floods and troubles but I'd say this might be one city that shouldn't have a zoo. I would not go back. They really do need money and support if they are to...More
A small zoo oddly located in residential neighborhood. Although the facilities looked quite aged, the animals were generally very healthy and vigorously active.
It has a kids playground as well, so it is a perfect place to pass a couple of hours with young children.
There is nothing interesting in the zoo and is so small. It is poorly maintained and verity of animals is not large. However, for those interested to go there, it takes 15 minutes walking from Technical University metro station.
The zoo is located in central Tbilisi. It is very poorly maintained and does not hold a lot of animals. It also has several carnival rides such as Ferris wheel and a small train. Kids under 3 enter free. And kids 3-12 pay 1 Gel....More