San Diego Zoo
2920 Zoo Drive, San Diego California
Category: Family / Kids
Hours -Open every day of the year at 9 am, including holidays.
- 1-Day Pass: $42 (Adults), $32 (Children 3-11)
- 2-Visit Pass: $76 Adults), $56 (Children)
- Black and White Overnight
- Summer Art Camp
- Twilight Trek
- Critter Campout
- Discovery Tour
- Animal Exhibits & Shows
- San Diego Zoo Tours
- Skyfari® Aerial Tram
- Movies in 4-D Theater
- African Safari
- Dining & Shopping
San Diego Zoo’s Safari ParkRoam the San Diego Zoo’s Africa Safari Park and get up close to lions, rhinos, antelopes, cheetahs, elephants and zebras. Enjoy exciting safari adventures, including the Africa Tram Safari, Caravan Safari, Cheetah Safari and the Flightline Safari, a soaring zip line journey above the animals. Try the Rolling Safari on a Segway, or go off the beaten path on the Behind-the-Scenes Safari. Enjoy fun family activities, including the African Tram and Discovery Station, and exciting shows like the new Cheetah Run. Hungry? Grab a bite at Thorntree Terrace and Okavango Outpost.
San Diego Zoo Hours -The San Diego Zoo is open every day, including holidays.
- Current Hours/Nighttime Zoo (through September 3): 9 a.m.–9 p.m.
- Summer/Fall Hours (September 4–21): 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
- Fall Hours (September 23–October 7): 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
- Fall Hours (October 8–December 13): 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
- Fall/Winter Hours - Jungle Bells (December 14–23): 9 a.m.–8 p.m.
What is the cost of admission?
The Zoo’s 1-Day Pass is $42 (Adults) and $32 (Children 3-11), and includes Zoo admission, Guided Bus Tour, Express Bus, and the Skyfari Aerial Tram. The 2-Visit Pass is $76 (Adults) and $56 (Children) and includes a 1-Day Pass to the Zoo and an Africa Tram Safari Pass to the Safari Park or Two 1-Day Passes to the Zoo or Two Africa Tram Safari Passes. San Diego 3-for-1 Pass is $135 (Adults) and $105 (Children) and includes the San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, and SeaWorld San Diego for unlimited admission for 7 days from the first use.
Can I bring food into the San Diego Zoo?
You can bring personal food into the parks and enjoy eating in the picnic areas just outside the Zoo’s main entrance. Don’t worry you can get your hand stamped for re-entry on the same day. The San Diego Zoo also offers unique restaurants and cafes. Take a break and enjoy a dining at Albert's Restaurant, Sabertooth Grill, Front Street Café, Poppy’s Patio, Treehouse Café, Safari Kitchen, Sydney’s Grill, San Diego Zoo Sandwich Company and Lagoon Terrace for delicious international eats – from American to Mexican to Pan-Asian.
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