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Public-images-osm logo.svg tourism = zoo
San Diego Zoo entrance elephant.jpg
Description
A zoological garden, where animals are confined.
Group: Tourism
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Wikidata
Status: approvedPage for proposal

Zoo is a place that has confined animals on display for viewing by the public. In addition, a zoo may also include unusual specimens of plants.

How to Map

Create an area and tag it tourism=zoo.

If you are not sure of its border you can place a single node in the middle and tag it tourism=zoo but the area is preferable.

If given object has its own name then name=* is useful.

Type of Zoo

Typical zoo is not of a single type and includes different sections. One may map this areas and tags it with tags below

In unlikely cases where entire zoo is of a single type one may use zoo=* on the same object as tourism=zoo.

But note that an aquarium is not tagged as a type of zoo, instead use: tourism=aquarium

Information about Zoo

Consider adding the following tags

Architecture

Zoos are mostly confined, therefore you might want to add extra ways for:

Mind the nodes with the type of entrances/exits:

and specify them with names where given (e.g. name=North Entrance).

Amenities in the Zoo

These are tagged either as isolated nodes or together with the building polygons.

General

Specificly Zoo

Animal

These are the main attractions, therefore you might add each attraction as a node with the proposed tagging:

Likewise the natural=tree-tagging, you could specify:

or connect it to a corresponding wikipedia=* page.

Buildings

When adding the buildings, please do not name the building after the anmials inside, but tag these with an extra node.
Of course if the building is really named, it should be tagged so, e.g. name=Elephant House.

How to Structure

Please do not structure the zoo via multiple polygons containing e.g. leisure=park or attraction=zoo, just to make them visible in major maps.
You can do this better (because more compliant) with:

(as these structures are displayed in Mapnik, too)
and mark these areas with barrier=fence, barrier=hedge, barrier=wall, barrier=retaining_wall.

More Structural Elements

Of course, leisure=park can be part of a zoo. These are areas with lawn or flowers,
and very often you find leisure=playground for younger visitors.

Trees might be added (as a node) natural=tree, or (as a way) natural=tree_row, or (as an area) landuse=forest.

You may add other natural elements such as water (for basins, ponds or lakes), beaches, as well as linear cliffs or waterways (and areas for their riverbanks). Some large zoos include their own local agricultural production for feeding their animals, which may be tagged as farmland (these subareas are generally not open to visitors and are enclosed with ditches, barriers and gates).

Examples

Zoo Breslau
Berliner Zoo
Mapnik Tagging Photo
tourism=zoo
name=Berlin Zoo
website=http://www.zoo-berlin.de/zoo
wikipedia=de:Zoologischer Garten Berlin
Zoo041.jpg