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Group Rates

Explore the Zoo with your entire herd.

Group Rates

Great savings when traveling in a herd.

We welcome groups to visit the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens.
Group rates start at 15 or more paying guests and are limited in size, at this time, to 50 people.

To register your group visit and receive special pricing, please call 407.323.4450 ext. 125, or email fieldtrips@centralfloridazoo.org

 


Group Rates:

Children ages 3 to 12: $11.00

Adults: $15.60

Children, 2 and under: FREE

One Teacher (per 10 kids): FREE

Bus Drivers: FREE

Annual Pass Holders: FREE

If you would like to schedule a guided tour of the Zoo, please note there are additional fees for these activities. Reservations are required at least two weeks in advance.

Education Programs Resource Guide 2020-2021


Group Rules and Recommendations

Name tags – We recommend every person in your group wear a visible name tag, especially if visiting with children.

Clothing — The Zoo is an outdoor facility; dressing appropriately for the weather can make your visit more enjoyable. We recommend wearing closed-toe shoes, socks, sunglasses, insect repellent, hats, sunscreen, and bottled water. Be sure to bring an umbrella or rain poncho if appropriate.

Masks – Zoo guests are not required but encouraged to wear a mask during their Zoo visit. Zoo guests are asked to wear a face-covering when inside a building. 

Chaperones — Adults must accompany children at all times. At least one chaperone is recommended for every 10 kids.

Safari Lunches— The Zoo can provide boxed lunches for your group for an additional fee. This includes a hot dog or sandwich, chips, cookies, and a drink. Lunches must be ordered at least one week prior to your group via email at fieldtrips@centralfloridazoo.org.

Public Picnic Areas — We offer picnic tables at no additional cost, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Lunches or coolers may be taken to the picnic areas but may not be brought inside the Zoo.

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