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FAQs about Zoo Miami
What is the address of Zoo Miami?
12400 SW 152 Street
Miami, FL 33177
How to Contact Zoo Miami?
Zoo Miami Foundation
What are the operation hours?
The zoo is open from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The last ticket is sold at 4 p.m. Some animals start going in for the night at 4:30 p.m. The hours of operations vary on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Check special schedule for those holidays under the Plan Your Visit section of the website.
How much is admission?
Admission is $22.95 per adult, plus tax; $18.95 per child ages 3 – 12, plus tax; children 2 and under enter free. For access all year round you can purchase a membership on the Membership section of the website.
How much is parking?
Parking is free.
How many and what kinds of animals at Zoo Miami?
There are over 3,000 animals visible from the walkways. At Zoo Miami you will find mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles. The collection includes highly endangered animals.
How big is Zoo Miami?
The zoo is comprised of 740 acres, 346 of which are developed and house the zoo. This translates into over three miles of walkways. Most of the undeveloped land, which surrounds the zoo, is endangered and federally protected.
How long does it take to get around?
It depends whether you walk, rent a safari cycle, take a tram tour, or the monorail. The average visit takes about four hours, but for some people one eight-hour day is not enough. For those visitors that need an extra day, you have up to 10 days from the original purchase date to return to the zoo for only $10 per person plus tax with your ticket stub. For access all year round you can purchase membership on the Membership section of the website.
Are there any places to eat?
They have concession stands throughout and they serve regular and vegetarian foods; they do not serve kosher meals but you may bring your own, store it in the lobby of the Administration Building with the receptionist, and then pick it up when you are ready to eat. Picnic tables are located outside the zoo entrance.
May I bring food and drinks inside the park?
Food or drinks inside the park are not allowed. If you bring food, you may leave it at the reception desk and when you are ready to eat, you may store it in the lobby of the Administration Building with the receptionist and then pick it up when you are ready to eat. Picnic tables are located outside the zoo entrance.
Can we feed the animals?
Zoo Miami has various animal feedings for the public such as camels, giraffe, rhino, and parrots. They also have Meet the Zookeeper talks throughout the day where you can listen to keepers talk about their animals and watch them feed them. The animals are on strict diets and can only eat the food prepared for them by their keepers and our veterinarians.
Can you rent a golf cart?
No. Golf carts are restricted for staff, VIP tours, and special tours, such as the wildlife tour. For more information on the tours, check the Special Tours section of the website.
Are you handicap accessible?
Yes. All exhibits, concessions, and modes of transportation are handicap accessible. Additionally, service animals are allowed inside Zoo Miami. For more information, check our Plan Your Visit, Guests with Disabilities section of the website.
Do you have birthday parties?
Yes, they offer birthday party packages. For information, contact Taste at 305-251-0400 x5084870.
Can I have a special event at the zoo?
At Zoo Miami, you can have family or corporate picnics, school group field trips, teambuilding events, walk-a-thons, weddings, receptions, and just about any other special event you can think of. Events can be held indoors or out, day or night. For information, contact Sales & Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-251-0400, ext. 5084939 or 5084942.
What kind of special events are there at the zoo?
Zoo Miami has special events for kids and adults going on almost all the time. A sampling of these is Great Egg Safari, Party for the Planet, Feast with the Beasts, Zoo Boo, Zoo Lights, and our traveling exhibits at Dr. Wilde’s World.