The Jagodina Zoo is one of four zoos in Serbia, and the third built facility of its kind in Serbia. It is located in the Morava basin, in Jagodina, 135 kilometers south of Belgrade, , with direct access to the highway corridor. It officially started its activities on 10 July 2006. The garden is spread over 2.5 acres of land, with over 100 species of animals and 150 exhibits, not counting birds. The construction of the zoo municipality has invested 40% of the funds and 60% were donations from the largest donor Belgrade zoo. Located on the ground that was previously turf, and it is commendable that no tree was not cut up during the construction, but incorporated in the composition of the garden. In the zoo is a park with benches, green space and flowers that have seasonal changes. The zoo is part of a larger complex “Djurdjevo hill”, which is a protected natural monument. In the immediate vicinity there is Museum and the aqua-park.