From December 15 until 28 January, the Zoo ticket office will be open from 10:00 until 19:00, and the Zoo itself will remain accessible to visitors until 21:00, with the exception of December 24th and 31st.
Tickets will be cheaper from the hours of 16:00 until 19:00 too, at just 2 euros for adults and children alike. Senior citizens and children under 4 years of age enter for free.
So if you happen to be in Riga for a winter break from overseas, Tram number 11 will take you from the center of Riga right to the gates of the Zoo itself.
"Winter nights at the Zoo are a great opportunity to spend an hour in the fresh air watching animals both in outdoor and indoor environments," the Zoo says.
December 15 will also see the launch of a new picture book about the animals of Umbria taking place at the Zoo.
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Nāc 15. decembrī plkst. 18.00 uz Rīgas Zoodārza Latvijas abinieku un rāpuļu zāli, kur notiks mākslinieces Maijas Rezenbergas grāmatas “Kas dzīvo Umbrijas mežā?” atvēršana.https://t.co/hZAIBB24YN pic.twitter.com/wrwxviq5wa