Ice Age In AquaZoo extended by popular demand!

Experience the Ice Age like never before! Because in AquaZoo Leeuwarden, you will discover everything you want to know about animals from this prehistoric period until June 2nd. Come face to face with many Ice Age giants, including the gigantic mammoth, impressive sabre-tooth tiger and roaring cave bear.

Come and join our polar bear inspection

This is unique in the Netherlands. During the polar bear inspection, you get to see the animal caretakers perform their daily medical checks of the polar bears from very close by. It is not only fun but also educational.

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Entry prices
Children (under 3 years)Free
Day ticket (over 3 years)€ 20,50
Online ticket (over 3 years)€ 19,50
Annual ticket (over 3 years)€ 49,-
Parking€  6,-

From March 22 to June 2nd, you’ll discover all about the Ice Age in AquaZoo and stand eye to eye with many giants from this prehistoric period. You can visit Ice Age in AquaZoo with a regular ticket.

Groups and schools

Do you want to come to AquaZoo with a group or school? View all options for groups and schools here:
Group options    School options
Would you like to know more or book? Please contact us:
Call: +31 (0)511-431214


Opening hours

10 am – 5 pm (Januari 1 – Closed)
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
9 am – 6 pm
9 am – 6 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm
10 am – 5 pm (December 20, 25, 26 & 31: 10 am – 4pm)


AquaZoo Leeuwarden
De Groene Ster 2
NL- 8926 XE Leeuwarden
Call: +31 (0)511-431214

Parking, wheelchairs and pets

In front of the entrance of AquaZoo Leeuwarden, you can park at our spacious parking area.

Our park is accessible for wheelchairs, but for some entry gates, you would need an extra hand. Our staff is always available and willing to help. The rowing boats are not suitable for wheelchairs. We have wheelchairs available in the park which can be borrowed. Please book this in advance via

Pets are not allowed in the park. Guide dogs and assistance dogs do have access, but only when vaccinated. Our open animal areas, like the kangaroos, lemurs and penguins, are not accessible for dogs.

Please view our park regulationsdisclaimerprivacy statement and terms and conditions here.