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All guests, including Annual Pass Holders, must have a timed ticket to visit the Zoo.

 


To comply with state and county capacity limits, and promote limited contact admission and entry, all Zoo visitors will be required to have a dated and timed admission ticket* in order to enter the Zoo.

The time slot you choose is for entry into the Zoo.

Please follow the links provided below to reserve your tickets online.

Questions? Please email tickets@centralfloridazoo.org.

*Tickets are non-refundable. No Rain Checks.


GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS

  • To help ensure we are not exceeding our capacity, timed tickets must be purchased online, in advance of your visit.
  • All guests will have to purchase a ticket online for each member of their party for a designated day and admission time slot. Children 2 and under are free but still require a ticket.
  • Ticket prices are inclusive of applicable tax. No additional discounts are available for tickets purchased online.
  • To allow for limited contact admission, tickets will be sent to your email and tickets can be scanned directly off of your phone, from that email.
  • Tickets are valid for the date and time selected. No refunds or rain checks.
  • All guests age 13 and up will be required to wear a face mask or covering while visiting the Zoo.

 

ANNUAL PASS HOLDER TICKETS

  • Current Zoo Annual Pass Holders, with expiration dates of May 31, 2020 or later, must reserve tickets online in advance. Children 2 and under are free but still require a ticket.
  • Your Zoo Annual Pass Card, valid photo ID, and your dated and timed admission ticket for each member of your party will be required for entry into the Zoo.
  • Zoo Annual Pass Holders will be able to purchase their guest admission benefit ($10/guest) online.
  • All guests age 13 and up will be required to wear a face mask or covering while visiting the Zoo.

 

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.

By visiting Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens or participating in one of its programs, you are voluntarily assuming all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

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