Entrance Fee (in Israeli Shekels) 2024
  • Adult
    71 ILS
  • Child (age 3 - 18)
    54 ILS
  • Police officer, student, soldier, senior citizen
    54 ILS
  • Guest with disabilities
    35 ILS
One-Year Membership Prices
  • Child
    245 ILS
  • Adult
    330 ILS
  • Student
    245 ILS
  • Soldier, police officer, senior citizen, person with disabilities
    245 ILS
  • Couple
    570 ILS
  • Couple + 1 child
    690 ILS
  • Couple + 2 children
    750 ILS
  • Couple + 3
    810 ILS
  • Couple + 4
    860 ILS
  • Couple + 5
    915 ILS
  • Couple + 6 or more children
    970 ILS
Membership Prices for Single-Parent Families (per year)
  • Parent + one child
    515 ILS
  • Parent + 2 children
    665 ILS
  • Parent + 3
    735 ILS
  • Parent + 4
    755 ILS
  • Parent + 5
    795 ILS
  • Parent + 6 or more children
    830 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)
    56 ILS
  • Each child (age 3 - 18)
    45 ILS
  • Soldier, senior citizen
    45 ILS
  • Guests with disabilities
    30 ILS

The variety of species at zoos,the professional staff, the documentation and cooperation between zoos enableresearch projects of varied scope on the topics of behavior, animal welfare,veterinary, breeding, genetics, nutrition, and more. Thanks to the importanceof these topics within nature conservation and protection of rare species,research has been included as one of the roles of the modern zoo, as defined instrategic document on nature conservation of the World Association of Zoos andAquariums (WAZA).

The Biblical Zoo decided to adopt this approach and dedicates manyresources to the field of research. The zoo initiates and conducts researchindependently and partners with researchers from various academic institutionsand with researchers from other zoos. It also funds studies through the Dr.Ahaon Shulov Scholarship Fund, named after the Biblical Zoo’s founder.

Additionally, in recent years, the zoo offers a final project program, ZooBagrut, to high school students at the 5-unit level of the matriculationexam, with the approval of the Education Ministry.

For more information, please contact Dr. Nili Avni Magen,  Zoological Director and Chief Veterinarian.

Read more about researches conducted in the zoo:

2. Treatment with chloroquine is retinotoxic in captive Africanpenguins (Speniscus demersus). Attenuation and recovery of electroretinographic responses

3. Use of Infrared Thermography in Early Diagnosis of Pathologies inAsian Elephants (Elephas maximus)

photo: Rachel Blaire