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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Dublin Zoo?

    The price for luggage storage near Dublin Zoo starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Dublin Zoo?

    There are multiple locations in the Dublin Zoo area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Groningen Railway Station (Station Groningen), Station Buitenpost, and Station Hurdegaryp and all over Dublin.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Dublin Zoo?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Dublin Zoo.

  • Are there storage lockers near Dublin Zoo?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Dublin Zoo area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Dublin Zoo and in the broader Dublin area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Dublin Zoo?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Dublin Zoo are De Theefabriek, Café Restaurant Pizzeria Willibrord, and Het Booze Wijf.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Dublin Zoo?

    Check out the nearby Staatsbosbeheer Activiteitencentrum Lauwersnest, Nationaal Park Lauwersmeer, and Speeltuin Warfhuizen.


Dublin Zoo, in the heart of Phoenix Park, is a major attraction in the city that provokes an enduring fascination and promotes the love humanity holds for the natural world. As one of Ireland’s most beloved spaces since its opening in 1831, this historic zoo not only offers a window into the lives of over 400 animals but also plays a pivotal role in global conservation efforts. The zoo actively participates in breeding programs for endangered species. Its sprawling 28-hectare landscape is thoughtfully designed to mimic the natural habitats of its residents, so you can always expect an immersive experience that educates as much as it entertains.

The popularity of Dublin Zoo lies not just in its enviable array of animals, including exotic species from around the globe, but also in its commitment to conservation, research, and education. From the African Savanna to the Kaziranga Forest Trail, each section of the zoo offers a unique journey through different ecosystems, allowing visitors to marvel at the wonders of wildlife up close. It's a place where families can bond, individuals can learn, and memories are forged, all under the canopy of one of Europe’s most historic and engaging zoos. Whether you're watching the playful antics of the primates or the majestic power of the big cats, a visit to Dublin Zoo is a journey into the heart of the animal kingdom.

Does Dublin Zoo have storage lockers?

You'll find luggage storage lockers located at the main entrance to the zoo itself. These luggage storage facilities offer a convenient place to store luggage at a low price, but they are limited both in the size of bags they can hold and how many lockers there are, meaning at busy times, you may have a hard time finding a place to leave your things.

A better option might be to use Bounce for your Dublin luggage storage needs. Bounce partners with local shops and businesses near Dublin Zoo, in Dublin city centre, and throughout the Irish capital. Our handy app allows you to book luggage storage online, find your nearest location, and store any size of bags or other items for as long as you like at a secure location.

How many hours do you need for the Dublin Zoo?

Dublin Zoo is a big place, and you can expect to easily spend a few hours here. Just walking around and seeing all the exhibits will take around three hours, or longer if you have small children. Plus, if you want to see some of the zookeeper talks, animal feedings, or other events, you may want to spend even longer here.

How far is Dublin Zoo from the train station?

Depends on the train station. Dublin is served by not one but two main train stations, Connolly and Heuston.

From Connolly, you can take the Red Line of the Luas tram network to Heuston, which is much closer to the zoo.

From Heuston Station, walk for three minutes to Phoenix Park. From the Visitor Center, you can take bus route 99, which will bring you to the zoo's main entrance in about three minutes. The journey from Connolly Station will take a little over half an hour, depending on transfers, while from Heuston, it only takes around 10 minutes.

Are dogs allowed in Dublin Zoo?

Because their presence could disturb the animals, dogs are not allowed inside Dublin Zoo. The only exception is for assistance dogs, but even they are not allowed in the zoo itself. Instead, there is a sitting area with fresh drinking water where dogs can stay while their owners visit the zoo.

How to get to Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo couldn't be much easier to reach from the city's two main train stations, Connolly and Heuston. From Connolly, you can simply jump on the Red Line of the Luas tram to bring you to Heuston. From there, you can hop on bus line 99 through Phoenix Park for a short ride to the zoo.

From Dublin Airport, you can take the Dublin Express bus all the way to Heuston, then hop on the 99 from there. The entire journey will take a little under one hour, so you can enjoy Dublin Zoo almost as soon as you arrive in the city, and as soon as you drop off your bags in a luggage storage near the zoo.

Things to do near Dublin Zoo

Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park is not just the setting for Dublin Zoo; it's an attraction in its own right. As one of the largest enclosed public parks in any European capital city, its vast expanse offers plenty of activities to keep you busy. You can enjoy leisurely walks, visit the Victorian walled garden, or catch a glimpse of the roaming wild deer. It's a perfect spot for picnics, bike rides, or just soaking in the tranquility of nature. It's also a great place to get some peace and quiet and take a break from what can sometimes be a hectic, if charming, city.

How to get to Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park surrounds Dublin Zoo, making it an easy transition from one adventure to the next. Simply exit the zoo and you're already there, ready to explore everything the park has to offer. You can leave your bags behind at a Dublin Zoo luggage storage and spend a whole day enjoying this relaxing green space.

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol is a poignant reminder of Ireland's turbulent history. This former prison, now a museum, played a crucial role in the Irish struggle for independence, housing many notable Irish revolutionaries. The guided tours provide insightful narratives about the lives of those who were incarcerated here and the political context of their times. Ireland remains fiercely proud of its hard-won independence, and this is the perfect place to get better acquainted with the often harrowing but ultimately uplifting story of the country.

How to get to Kilmainham Gaol

From Dublin Zoo, Kilmainham Gaol is accessible via a short bus ride. Buses like the 145 or 79 will get you close, from where it's a brief walk to the gaol.

The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

Located at Collins Barracks, this segment of the National Museum of Ireland offers fascinating exhibits ranging from Irish military history to international decorative arts. It's a treasure trove for history buffs and anyone interested in the cultural fabric that has shaped Ireland and beyond.

How to get to The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

Reaching the museum from Dublin Zoo is straightforward. A short bus ride on routes such as the 37, 39, or 70 drops you nearby, or you can enjoy a scenic walk through the city, soaking in Dublin's vibrant atmosphere along the way.

The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

For art enthusiasts, the Irish Museum of Modern Art presents a compelling collection of contemporary and modern art. Housed in the historic Royal Hospital Kilmainham, IMMA is not just about the art within its walls but also offers a serene setting with its formal gardens and café to relax after perusing the exhibitions.

How to get to The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

IMMA is easily accessible from Dublin Zoo. You can wander through the scenic routes of Phoenix Park, or hop on a bus for a short journey that connects these two iconic Dublin attractions, immersing yourself in Ireland's rich culture and history.

Luggage storage near Dublin Zoo

Thanks to its location near the city center, Dublin Zoo is easy to see along with other major attractions like Dublin Castle, O'Connell Street, Trinity College, St Stephen's Green, and Temple Bar. In fact, Dublin offers so much to see in such a small area that you can spend days exploring the city via public transport or on your own two feet and never run out of great things to do. This city on the banks of the River Liffey is always offering something new to explore.

However, you'll have a much easier time doing that if you're not carrying heavy bags everywhere with you. Drop off your large bags and suitcases at a Bounce location that can look after your luggage near Dublin Zoo, and you'll be able to focus on enjoying yourself. Plus, with left luggage facilities throughout the city, Bounce makes it easy to enjoy everything that makes Dublin so special.

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