Partnerships

Deeply rooted in the city for over 175 years, Zoo Berlin is one of the German capital’s major landmarks. Germany’s oldest zoo has not only captured the hearts of Berliners; visitors from all over the world also enjoy exploring the animal world of Zoo Berlin.

Would you like to become a partner?

As the oldest public limited company in the city, Zoo Berlin is a reliable partner set amidst picturesque scenery in the heart of the city.

You can contact our responsible person for partnerships:

Zoologischer Garten Berlin AG
Attn: Julia Sodtke
Hardenbergplatz 8
10787 Berlin

Email: j.sodtke@zoo-berlin.de

You have the chance to meet other animals lovers by joining the Freunde der Hauptstadtzoos club while supporting Tierpark, Zoo and Aquarium Berlin in their further development.

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Successful cooperation

  • A heart for rhinos

    The Sparkasse bank has been the main sponsor of the Zoo School for many years. It also sponsors our female rhinoceros Maburi and finances, among other things, lovingly compiled gift sets for birthday boys and girls.

  • Exciting research

    How do children learn, and how can they absorb information about the world quickly and effectively? With its research group iSearch, the Max Planck Society is investigating how children actively seek out information in their physical and social environment – including at Zoo Berlin. The research group is present on site with a mobile research station, and young zoo visitors are welcome to pop in and participate in exciting experiments.

  • More than just a drink

    25hours Hotel Berlin has taken over the sponsorship of our Sumatran orangutan Bini and created an individual and unique cocktail especially for the cooperation, which is on offer at the hotel’s Monkey Bar. All proceeds from “Bini’s Monkey Pokey” fund this sponsorship.

  • Making babies with the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research

    Big hopes were pinned on a tiny pulse: Meng Meng’s journey to motherhood relied heavily on the help of experts from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research. In cooperation with the Zoo team and using modern reproductive medicine, the biologists and veterinarians were able to contribute to the conservation of these endangered bamboo-eating bears. On 31 August 2019, just a few days after the experts first discovered a small beating heart in an ultrasound scan, the healthy panda twins were born.

    Together with our partners, we are committed to species protection, education and research. A huge thank you to everyone with whom we enjoy successful collaboration:

    Opening hours

    Today, 24. February
    9:00 - 16:30
    Last admission: 15:30
    Opening hours

    Feedings & Trainings

    • Panda talk 11:00
    • Chimpanzees 13:30
    All feedings

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