Home to more than 1,400 animals, this lush urban oasis is a fun destination for connecting with wildlife and nature
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What You'll Get
- Visitors can participate in keepers’ talks and presentations, the world of birds show, or see what elephant care looks like. Children can enjoy the Nigerian Dwarf goats at Muriel’s Ranch.
Hungry customers can pop into one of the zoo’s bistros or cafes and enjoy salads, burgers, ice creams, and cold drinks.
- Free admission for children under two
- Parking available
- Transportation: the zoo is located along the bus line 96 route and Metrorail red/purple line
- Stroller and wheelchair rental available
- Onsite cafeteria: yes
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Free admission for children under 2. Valid for one daytime ticket. Not valid for special ticketed or night events. Business hours are subject to change without notice. Ticket holder assumes all risks and dangers incidental to visiting the LA Zoo. It is unlawful to reproduce tickets in any form. In the event of duplication, the Los Angeles Zoo reserves the right to refuse entry to all ticket holders. ID may be required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 7 additional as gift(s). Subject to availability. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
When you take your kids to the Los Angeles Zoo, you aren't just taking them to see wild animals in a family-friendly environment. You just might be introducing them to a lifelong love of the science and nature. After all, while they’re exploring this lush oasis in the middle of the city, kids will learn about the fascinating natural behaviors of these animals — and what it takes to care for them — through amazing up-close views and educational presentations and shows. Here's what else you might find at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens:
- The LAIR: Short for "Living Amphibians, Invertebrates, and Reptiles," this indoor exhibit has a name to match its creepy-crawly inhabitants. But it's no villainous hideout inside—it's a brightly lit habitat populated by local reptiles and rare critters from around the world.
- Rainforest of the Americas: Visitors start at the river's edge, meeting such residents as giant river otters, spotted sting rays and piranha. As they wind their way through the forest they will be greeted by tapirs, howler monkeys and toucans. The final discovery on this rainforest trek is the elusive jaguar.
- Botanical Gardens: With 800 species of plants, every corner of the zoo features botanical delights — from prehistoric cycads to cactus and succulents to roses to dense bamboo forests.