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Online, Monday 6th April - Sunday 31st May

Dublin Zoo Virtual Tours – Mondays @ 10.00am.

Dublin Zoo's virtual doors are now open! Join them every Monday on their YouTube channel as they take you on a virtual tour to visit some of your favourite animals at Dublin Zoo!

Can't wait for Monday? Check out Dublin Zoo's live webcams here, including Elephants, Penguins and the African Savanna.


Date:
Monday 6th April - Sunday 31st May
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free

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