Spring Break at the Zoo!
Spend your spring break outside at the Zoo and explore more than 7,000 animals across 64 acres in the heart of Fort Worth.
Zoo Admission and hours of operation.
Skip the line and purchase tickets ahead of time.
Directions to the Zoo
To reach the Fort Worth Zoo (1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth, Texas 76110) from Interstate 30, exit University Drive. Go south on University for approximately one mile to Colonial Parkway and turn left. Once you are on Colonial Parkway, follow the signs to the Zoo.
If you are on Interstate 35, exit Berry Street and head west about 2.5 miles to University. Turn right, heading north, on University for approximately one mile to Colonial Parkway and turn right. Once you are on Colonial Parkway, follow the signs to the Zoo.
Beat the traffic and take the Safari Xpress
Trinity Metro (formerly the Fort Worth Transportation Authority) is once again offering Zoo visitors an alternative way to travel to and from the Zoo.
Get shuttle information, including times and fares here.
Spring break is a popular time to visit the Zoo! And with 7,000 animals and 64 acres – we’re ready for you! A couple insider tips:
- Allow extra time for traffic and parking.
- Designated Fort Worth police officers will be onsite directing traffic and coordinating with Zoo staff to keep visitors moving into one of our multiple parking lots. The Zoo is maximizing its resources to keeping traffic moving efficiently. Follow the car in front of you (and the police officer, and the Zoo employee) and we’ll get you in as quickly as possible.
- Did you know that small coolers and outside food and drink are permitted inside the park? It’s true! We just ask that you do not bring in glass, alcohol, or disposable lids and straws.
Spring break is a great time to visit – come explore!
Animal Outreach Presentations and Stage Show
Get an up-close look at the mammals, birds and reptiles in the Zoo’s animal outreach collection.
Outdoor Learning Theater
| March 9 - 17:
|| 11 a.m., 1, 2 and 3 p.m.
| March 18 - 24:
|| noon, 2 and 3 p.m.