Choose Between Two Options
- $38 for four tickets to Boo at the Zoo at Stone Zoo on October 19 or 20 (up to a $56 value)
- $48 for four tickets to Zoo Howl at Franklin Park Zoo on October 26 or 27 (up to a $68 value)<p>
Zoo members and children under age 2 get in free. Admission to Franklin Zoo is regularly $11 for children aged 2–12; Admission to Stone Zoo is regularly $10 for children aged 2–12.<p>
Zoo New England
Thanks to Zoo New England, little patches of wilderness from Africa, South America, Australia, and other parts of the world now dot Massachusetts. The non-profit organization operates both Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo, each full of exotic creatures and their habitats. These microcosms represent an ideal world, one where endangered species thrive and fragile ecosystems last for generations to come.
At Franklin Park Zoo, tigers display their exotic stripes in the Tiger Tales exhibit where guests are educated on the perils these animals face in their natural habitats. Elsewhere, thousands of plants as well as mandrills, ocelots, and a pygmy hippopotamus turn the zoo into a tropical rainforest.
Stone Zoo, meanwhile, places simulations of the world's highlands next to Spot Pond. One area focuses on the Sierra Madre mountain range, which spans Mexico and the Southwestern U.S. The elevated habitat counts jaguars, coyotes, Gila monsters, and cougars among its denizens.
A portion of every admission goes to the organization's conservation efforts, which supports projects both locally and globally. For would-be zookeepers, Zoo New England hosts various adult and kids' educational programs, and lets volunteers help in the care of zoo plants and animals.
85% of 124 customers recommend
“I thought it was a nice, convenient zoo for someone traveling with children and the parking was surprisingly close to the zoo.”