SOMETHING BIG IS COMING!The biggest zoo in Texas gets even BIGGER on April 1 with the opening of the Giants of the Jurassic exhibit, featuring more than 20 roaring, animatronic dinosaurs, plus the world-renowned, interactive theater puppet experience of Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live.
SPRING BREAK CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!Join the Dallas Zoo for a fun-filled Spring Break Camp adventure! Each camp is jam-packed with exciting activites, education and animals. Click here to learn more or to register today.
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.
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.
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.
It’s not just humans who show love and affection toward each other. During this season of love, we wanted to share with you some of our longtime animal couples who just can’t get enough of each other.
The Dallas Zoo will completely overhaul the popular Monorail Safari, updating electrical and mechanical systems and adding air-conditioning, with a goal of reopening the people-mover this summer.
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