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On 4 June, Hellabrunn Zoo will open its gates for the first time at night for the launch of Biodiversity Night. The event which starts at 7pm will include the premiere of the first open-air cinema at the zoo. Instead of Hollywood movies, the al fresco big screen will show fascinating nature documentaries.
With the late spring chill finally coming to an end, the five-member capybara family can look forward to the summer sunshine at Hellabrunn Zoo this weekend.
A flamingo chick pecking its way out of an egg has been an almost daily occurrence in the past couple of weeks at Hellabrunn Zoo. Small, grey and fluffy, these offspring discover the world at the side of their leggy, graceful parents, who nurture, warm and feed their young.
Spring has finally arrived at Hellabrunn, although the cold snaps have lingered much longer than normal. Nature is awakening, everything is green and blooming - and there are already many new births in the animal enclosures.
This Mother’s Day, Hellabrunn Zoo invites mums and their families to a fun-filled celebration of mothers at the zoo on Sunday, 8 May. Special events include a scrumptious Mother’s Day breakfast buffet, which the zoo restaurant is offering for the first time. There will also be special zookeeper talks and a Mother’s Day Tour of the zoo during which...
Visitors are invited to the premiere of an exciting new event at Hellabrunn Zoo. On Saturday, 4 June, Hellabrunn will open its gates for the first time at night for the launch of Biodiversity Night. Animal lovers, and in particular night owls, can enjoy a night at the 105-year-old Munich zoo between 7pm and 12am.
Venture on a culinary journey to the Far East in the heart of Hellabrunn Zoo. This July, a new Japanese tea house will be opened in the Asia continent of the zoo, a lunch experience with views of the Asian elephants.