The Dallas Zoo comes alive with over 2,000 animals on over a hundred acres of land. With over 400 different species, the Zoo is sure to please. Be on the lookout for offers and special discounts available for the Dallas Zoo. A list of coupons and discounts below will help you on your visit.
Mondays and Tuesdays: The zoo offers half-price admission on Mondays and Tuesdays, so visit one of these days to receive 50% off!
Wednesdays: Seniors can enter the zoo for $5 on Wednesdays.
Public Transportation: If you ride the DART to the zoo, show your pass at the entrance gate to receive $2 off your admission.
Triple A Members: Show your AAA membership card when purchasing your tickets for up to 50% off regular admission. Contact Triple A directly for current offers.
Military: Reduced rates for tickets to the Dallas Zoo are available for people with valid military IDs. With your ID, you can receive $2 off up to two adult tickets and two child tickets.
360Dallas.com: This website, which offers discounts around the city, often hosts coupons to the Dallas Zoo. Log in and click the “Coupons” tab.
Happy Hollow Zoo: This reciprocal zoo offers a membership for $35. With a membership to Happy Hollow, you can attend the Dallas Zoo for free.
The Dallas Zoo is located just south of downtown, in Marsalis Park. Founded in 1888, it is the oldest zoo in the entire state of Texas. On 106 acres of space, the zoo has room for more than 2,000 different animals, including the zoo’s famed tiger and gorillas.
The Zoo enjoys wide community support, with more than 20,000 Texas households holding membership to the facility.
The two main regions of the zoo are ZooNorth and Wilds of Africa. ZooNorth holds the original structure of the zoo, including the 2 acre Endangered Tiger Habitat, where visitors can watch the rare cats swim, perch, and climb. The Wilds of Africa has opened more recently, and includes a vast nature trail and two gorilla habitats.
The Dallas Zoo has won numerous awards, including those for conservation and humane treatment of animals. Stop by today, and see what fun you can have!
Watch this great video from the Dallas Zoo: