We are open.
Reservations required for all members and guests.
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Purchases may only be made online. The earliest a reservation can be made is three days in advance. For FAQs click here.
To help control the flow of people in the Zoo and to distribute guests throughout the day, the Zoo will temporarily enact a reservations system.
All guests, including members, will be asked to go online to reserve tickets for each member of their party and must select a designated time slot. Membership cards and timed tickets will be checked on entry.
- The earliest a reservation can be made is three days in advance of the date you'd like to attend.
- For example, if you'd like to visit the Zoo on June 5, the earliest you could you make a reservation would be June 2.
- If reservations are full for your selected time slot, please try another time or date.
- Reservations can be printed so barcodes can be scanned at the turnstiles, or barcodes can be accessed on mobile devices for scanning. You can access your reservations at any time by clicking the “View your tickets” link on your confirmation email.
- All reservations must be done online. All ticket booths will remain closed.
- Guest & Member Services will be operating at a limited capacity to assist with membership and ticketing issues only. All reservations will need to be done online prior to your visit. No tickets will be sold at the Zoo.
- Guests must enter the Zoo during their allotted timeslot. Early or late arrivals will NOT be accommodated.
- There will be no re-entry. Please ensure that you have everything with you before entering the Zoo.
**Please note, these precautions are TEMPORARY and will be lifted once it is safe to do so. Changes can occur at any time. Please be patient with us as we try to best accommodate guest needs alongside local and state directives.**
Thank you for your patience and your support. We look forward to seeing you back at the Zoo!
Keeping You Safe
Social distancing among all Zoo staff and guests is vital. The Zoo will have visual reminders placed to ensure guests are maintaining a safe social distance along the pathways.
Per state and county officials’ suggestions, guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks while visiting the Zoo. But masks are not required. (Please be prepared to bring your own.)
Guests will not have access to some high-touch attractions/areas of the Zoo, including some rides, animal feedings, attractions, playgrounds, waeaseter fountains and misters. Staff is continuously cleaning high-touch surfaces like vending machines, tables, chairs and more. Guests are encouraged to wash their hands after encountering those areas.
If a guest feels sick, we ask that he/she not visit the Zoo.
Attendance is capped each day and entrance times are staggered to distribute the total number of guests in the Zoo.
All Zoo staff working in the park is required to wear masks.
In addition to restrooms located throughout the Zoo, some hand-washing stations are positioned throughout the park.