The zoo houses a variety of plant and animal life, including tigers, komodo dragons, and orangutans
What You'll Get
- What’s included: Single-day general admission
- Adult tickets valid for customers ages 13–64; child tickets valid for customers ages 3–12; senior tickets valid for customers ages 65+
- Free admission for children under 3
- Click here to view hours of operation
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2020. Amount paid never expires. This is a ticket redeemable only for a 1-Day Pass until expiration date. Ticket value cannot be applied toward membership. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts. Must wait 24 hours before redeeming. Not valid with other offers or promotions Limit 6 per person, may buy 10 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Woodland Park Zoo
Since its founding in 1899, Woodland Park Zoo has operated on one simple belief: that people who experience the wonders of the natural world will be inspired to protect it. Today, the zoo greets more than one million visitors annually, immersing each into a verdant realm of naturalistic exhibits and species-saving conservation efforts.
Over 1,000 animals representing more than 300 species call Woodland Park Zoo home, including 47 endangered species and 20 threatened or vulnerable species. The menagerie features birds, reptiles, and some of the globe's most awe-inspiring mammals, including big cats and several groups of gorillas. Some of the most playful residents are Olan, Liem and Eko, three Malayan tiger brothers who represent an international conservation effort led by Woodland Park Zoo
The Botanical Collection
In addition to its animals, Woodland Park Zoo boasts a mesmerizing botanical collection. It spans more than 92,000 plants and 1,300 species, and each month, something new is in bloom. The leafy canopy above—which covers nearly half of the zoo's 92 acres—is important, too: Woodland Park has planted more than 4,000 trees since 1987, making it a green oasis in the heart of an urbanized community.