OUR WAY OF GIVING THANKS!Join us Wednesday, Nov. 25, for our annual fall Dollar Day, featuring $1 admission and dollar deals. It’s the best way to get out-of-towners out of the house, or burn calories in our 106-acre zoological park before your Thanksgiving feast. LEARN MORE!
SNOWFARI CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!Explore a different animal sense in single-day camps at the Dallas Zoo or Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park with tours, games, crafts, and animal encounters. Sign up for one day or come for them all! Available to youth in Pre-K – 5th grade.
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THANKS A MILLION!For the first time in our 127-year history, the Dallas Zoo welcomes ONE MILLION visitors in a fiscal year! More on this monumental record.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR WILD CLASSESPreschool Safari gives the youngest animal lovers a chance to explore, learn and play in an environment with over 2,000 animals! Stroller Buddies and Zoo Yoga help parents and their kids connect in fun and wild ways! Registration is now open.
There aren’t many babies in the animal kingdom who pop out looking this striking. Born sporting a fiery chestnut coat with thin white lines and adorably massive ears, eastern bongos’ natural beauty is one of the main reasons behind their decline in the wild.
Many people are aware of the plight of better-known exotic animals around the world, like tigers, chimps, and elephants. But what about the animals in our own back yard who are suffering from both population and habitat loss?
As you may know, we’re awaiting approval of a permit to relocate 18 elephants who face certain death in Swaziland. We’re joining two other accredited U.S. zoos to give them the newest, most innovative homes for elephants in human care.
Forget the flannel, cable-knit sweaters, and scarves – no one knows fall style better than the animal kingdom. We’re laying down some fall fashion with 10 animals who make this season look better than ever.
For the first time in the Dallas Zoo’s long history (almost 130 years!), we have welcomed western grey kangaroos.
HOURS9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily *Closed Christmas Day
GENERAL ADMISSION$15.00 Adults (ages 12-64)
$12.00 Children (ages 3-11)
$12.00 Seniors(age 65 and up)
FREE Children (age 2 and under)
FREE Dallas Zoo Members
PARKING$8 per vehicle
FREE Dallas Zoo Members
*All prices subject to change