DINOSAURS ENTER DALLAS!Dinosaurs are making their way into Dallas as April 1 approaches. They're trekking through downtown and into Oak Cliff where they'll reside at the Dallas Zoo for the new Giants of the Jurassic exhibit.
ZOO AFTER DARKCome spend a night under the stars with some of your favorite animals! Registration is now open for family and group campout programs. -->
STORIES, PHOTOS, VIDEOS AND MOREWe love to tell the story of our Zoo and its renaissance, so we’ve launched ZooHoo!, a blog where you’ll find behind-the-scenes stories, awe-inspiring photos, and captivating videos.
VOTERS CHOOSE NAMEWith more than 10,000 votes, the public has spoken: our baby giraffe will be named “Kopano,” meaning “united” in Botswana. Click here for more info.
THE NEED FOR SPEEDCheetah Winspear and his Labrador retriever “brother” Amani (plus a few other friends) show off their speed in our new, free Cheetah Encounter program.
Legend has it that Ireland has no native snakes because St. Patrick banished them as symbols of evil in the fifth century. While science may say otherwise, the bottom line is, there are no wild snakes in Ireland…
With the installation of the donated EV charging station by Schneider Electric, we are deepening our commitment to sustainability, which is a core part of our conservation and education mission.
Rattlesnakes are worthy of our respect and protection, yet they’re being driven from their dens, transported to “rattlesnake roundup” festivals, then slaughtered in a misguided effort to clear areas of these declining predators. This spring, Dallas Zoo’s reptile experts are taking a stand against these inhumane events.
With more than 2,000 animals, we often welcome little ones. From (really) long-legged babies to ones the size of your palm, here’s a roundup of some of our exciting and noteworthy births in 2014.
Bonde, an 8-year-old cheetah, spends most mornings prowling the Giants of the Savanna predator habitat with his sister, Kilima. One day recently, though, he spent it doing what many of us dread: seeing the dentist.
HOURS9:00 a.m. to 5:00 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