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Every weekend, public holidays and during school vacations we organize open activities for our visitors included in the entrance fee. Choose the ones you prefer among the options we suggest every week!

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Dolphin observation

01/01 - 28/03   -   Timetable: De 11:30 a 15:30
Every day from 11:30 am come observe the dolphins in their pavilion!
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The training of the elephants

01/01 - 31/12   -   Timetable: De 12:00 a 14:00
On the weekends and holidays, elephant keepers show to the public how they train and take care of them every morning
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Feeding the penguins

01/01 - 31/12   -   Timetable: De 11:00 a 13:30
Every morning, bird keepers prepare food for the penguins and bring it to their facilities to share it with them. Don’t lose this moment of maximum activity!
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The Montseny Newt

23/11 - 23/11   -   Timetable: De 11:00 a 11:30 / De 11:30 a 12:00 / De 12:00 a 12:30
Come at meeting the Room triton of the Montseny of the Zoo and the Project Life for his conservation
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Horn in!

23/11 - 23/11   -   Timetable: De 13:30 a 14:00 / De 14:00 a 14:30 / De 14:30 a 15:00
We explain you everything about this anatomic element of some mammals.
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Think of orange

24/11 - 24/11   -   Timetable: De 13:30 a 14:00 / De 14:00 a 14:30 / De 14:30 a 15:00
For all those wanting to create games for the Zoo's orangutan family and know their threats in wildlife.
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The Montseny Newt

24/11 - 24/11   -   Timetable: De 11:00 a 11:30 / De 11:30 a 12:00 / De 12:00 a 12:30
Come to know the new Montseny Newt Space at the Zoo and the Life Project for its conservation
Follow the traces

Follow the traces

30/11 - 30/11   -   Timetable: De 13:30 a 14:00 / De 14:00 a 14:30 / De 14:30 a 15:00
Recognize vertebrates signals!
Zoo Barcelona

The Montseny Newt

30/11 - 30/11   -   Timetable: De 11:00 a 11:30 / De 11:30 a 12:00 / De 12:00 a 12:30
Come to know the new Montseny Newt Space at the Zoo and the Life Project for its conservation