zoological gardens & museums

been here ?
add to wishlist
Add photos of zoological gardens & museums
Get photos from:
My Computer
Drop photos of zoological gardens & museums here
mascot
  • Upload photos of zoological gardens & museums
  • Only jpg / jpeg formats supported.
  • Avoid photos with people or objectionable content
mascot
I'm done!
By submitting your photos, you agree to our terms of use
Choose from Photos

zoological gardens & museums overview

#3 of 291 Places To Visit in Thiruvananthapuram
zoological gardens & museums
4.7 5
4.7
great !
14 ratings
click to rate
1 reviews
address
Department of Museums and Zoos, Museums Compound, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695033, India
entry fee
5
per person for Children below 12 years
8
per person for person above 12 years
22
per family
100
per group for 35 Students and 2 teachers
15
per Still Camera
750
per Camcorder
read more
timings
All days of the week except Monday
10:00 AM - 5:15 PM
visit duration
About 2 to 3 hours

how to reach zoological gardens & museums

It is situated in the vicinity of Napier Museum. From MG Road, you can take an auto to reach this point of attraction. The place is 3 km away from ,3 km from Trichur Railway station and can be accessed through autorickshaw, bus or car.

how to reach

nearby places

Directions
zoological gardens & museums
Loading...

about zoological gardens & museums

Established by Maharaja of Travancore, Zoological Gardens & Museums is a habitat of more than 75 different species of animals, the popular ones being Asiatic lion, Nilgiri tahr, Indian rhino, cape buffalo, zebra, to name a few. The zoo aims to promote wildlife conservation and more awareness about the biodiversity found in the Indian subcontinent. In the exquisite museum library, you can find rare books and manuscripts carefully preserved for the appreciation of visitors.

zoological gardens & museums photos

Zoological Gardens & Museums traveller reviews

1 Zoological Gardens & Museums review
Aloke Bajpai
Aloke Bajpai
Mar 28 2014
This is one of the slightly better maintained zoos by Indian standards. The collection of the "big cats" is good. Watching tigers during their feeding time is recommended. The animals can be kept and fed better since some of them di ...... read more
true