Reception location has changed. The reception of Arctic Fox Igloos and Holiday Village Gulo Gulo is situated in Ranua Wildlifepark tickets sales office from 1st of December 2020. Our receptions will be open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

Ranua Zoo, Ticket sale office
Rovaniementie 29
97700 Ranua

Phone number:
+358 40 543 6011 Arctic Fox Igloos
+358 40 556 3555 Gulo Gulo

Ranua Zoo – Entrance tickets

Entrance ticket prices to the zoo will change from December 1, 2020. From the beginning of December, entrance ticket prices will differ from whether the entrance ticket is purchased from the online store or from the Ranua Zoo ticket sales. Please note that our online store has a service fee in accordance with the service and surcharge price list.

Entrance tickets purchased through the online store before 1.12.2020 are subject to the valid price list.

Entrance ticket prices from December 1, 2020 onwards:

From Tickets sales office

Adult 23,50 €
Child 4-14 y 19,00 €
Students 19,00 €
Pensioner 22,50 €
Family 70,00 €

Groups (min 11 person)

Adult 19,00 €
Child 4-14 y 15,50 €

From Online store

Adult 21,50 €
Child 4-14 y 17,00 €
Students 17,00 €
Pensioner 20,50 €
Family 65,00 €

Groups (min 11 person)

Adult 19,00 €
Child 4-14 y 15,50 €

Ranua Zoo opens the 2020 summer season with a new adventure park for children, The Tiger Park, which includes Farm where small children can take care of Farm jobs.

Sabretooth tower rise 10 meters to the sky and takes you to the tiger’s nest. You can practice your tiger jump skills in the skills path. The Farm will be open so you can relax with your family and learn new things about animals.

The opening dates for the both park will be announce soon.

Ranua Wildlife Park will get a new year-round attraction June 24th 2018, when the opening of Seven Steps to save the Ocean is celebrated. Seven Steps to Save the Ocean, by artist / architect Maija Kovari, is an interactive artwork encouraging the audience to do small everyday acts to fight climate change.

The work is located in the middle of the park on a tor that used to be an ancient sea shore, thousands of years ago. The audience can walk through the artwork along a wooden walking bridge. Seven Steps to Save the Ocean changes with the seasons. It is a different experience in the summer and in the winter when the snow covers the ground.

Trained both as an architect and visual artist, Maija Kovari works in the fields of urban planning and contemporary art. As an architect she concentrates in planning and urban design. The guiding light of Seven Steps to Save the Ocean is the thought of choice. Over despair and apathy, one can choose hope, and in one’s everyday actions make choices that have a positive impact on future generations.

More about the artwork and the artist
You can follow the process of making Seven Steps to Save the Ocean on Facebook and Instagram @maijakovari