The Beijing Zoo is the earliest open zoo in China and has the most species of rare birds and animals. It has a history of more than 90 years and is an AAAA-level scenic spot assessed by the Beijing Tourism Bureau. It is located outside Xizhimen , Xicheng District, covers an area of about 90 hectares, has more than 20,000 species of exhibition animals, and receives more than 6 million Chinese and foreign tourists each year.
From the Wanzhan Garden in the late Qing Dynasty, the agricultural test field during the Republic of China, to the Beijing Zoo after the founding of the People s Republic of China; from the place for the palace aristocrats and bureaucratic warlords to enjoy and enjoy , to the current place for the rest of the people to visit, the middle Beijing Zoo Once walked a very uneven road. The development history of the Beijing Zoo is divided into six stages, namely the late Qing Dynasty, the Republic of China, the early days of the founding of the PRC, the 1960s, the 1970s, and the period of reform and opening up. Throughout the 90-year history, especially half a century after the founding of the People s Republic of China, we can see that it is precisely because of the care of the party and the state, and the struggle of countless zoo people, that the Beijing Zoo has developed into the largest breeding animal species in the country today. Zoos with the most science and technology and the gre atest influence in Asia and the world.
Luxi Zhimen Station: Buses 105, 111, 7, 27, 904, and 808 (air-conditioned buses) can directly reach the zoo.
University, primary and secondary school students, foreign students (excluding adult education, amateur universities, evening colleges, and Hakka University, etc.) enjoy discounts with valid documents, 8 yuan in the high season and 5 yuan in the low season.