Vision & Goals

Attention: For safety reasons, the Zoo train does not operate during Hol Ha'Moed.


Entrance Fee (in Israeli Shekels)
  • adult
    68 ILS
  • child (age 3 - 18)
    52 ILS
  • police officer, student, soldier, senior citizen
    52 ILS
  • person with disabilities
    35 ILS
One-Year Membership Prices
  • one child
    235 ILS
  • one adult
    315 ILS
  • student
    235 ILS
  • soldier, police officer, senior citizen, person with disabilities
    235 ILS
  • couple
    550 ILS
  • couple + 1 child
    660 ILS
  • couple + 2 children
    720 ILS
  • couple + 3
    780 ILS
  • couple + 4
    830 ILS
  • couple + 5
    880 ILS
  • couple + 6 or more children
    930 ILS
Membership Prices for Single-Parent Families (per year)
  • parent + one child
    495 ILS
  • parent + 2 children
    640 ILS
  • parent + 3
    705 ILS
  • parent + 4
    725 ILS
  • parent + 5
    765 ILS
  • parent + 6 or more children
    800 ILS
Group admission rates
Group rates are for 25 or more people from institutions and organizations and with advance reservations
  • each adult (above age 18)
    54 ILS
  • each child (age 3 - 18)
    43 ILS
  • soldier, senior citizen
    43 ILS
  • Participents with disabilities
    30 ILS

The Biblical Zoo educates about preserving the values of natureand ecology across the entire population. Special focus is placed on activitiesfor students and youth to cultivate awareness and knowledge and to developfuture leadership of nature conservationists and wildlife keepers. In itsactivities, the zoo places great importance on the connection between humanityand the environment, with an emphasis on animals and their place in nature. Thezoo maintains a permanent focus on animal welfare, preservation of endangeredspecies, breeding, returning animals to the wild, and research with the goal ofdeepening knowledge and collaboration between nature and environmentalconservation organizations in Israel and the world.

The zoo, through the Israel Aquarium, presents the aquatichabitats of Israel to deepen knowledge and understanding about what's permittedand what's prohibited in the field of fishing, and to preserve the values ofaquatic nature, as part of the ecological fabric that makes up our lives.

 

The Biblical Zoo and the Israel Aquarium facilitatesupportive programs among diverse communities based on animalassisted therapy and serve as major tourism sites in Jerusalem. Assuch, we are committed to work to the best of our abilities to offer ameaningful experience to our visitors.