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Zoo Atlanta Admission

by Zoo Atlanta Duration 3h Features animals Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $25
Amazing! 4.2/5 Expedia Guest Rating View all 24 Expedia Verified Reviews

Over 1,500 animals from around the world are waiting for you at Zoo Atlanta. Home to America's only twin giant pandas and the country's largest collection of gorillas and orangutans, Zoo Atlanta is an exciting animal encounter the whole family can enjoy.

Begin your day in the African Plains. Lions roar, elephants trumpet, and giraffes stride across native vegetation and grasslands alongside a rare and endangered black rhino.

In the Ford African Rain Forest, marvel at the large population of western lowland gorillas—more than 20 call the zoo home—and it has been a leading advocate of gorilla conservation. Make your way to the Asian Forest to see the zoo's most famous residents. Mei Lun and Mei Huan are the only 2 twin giant panda cubs in North America.

Feed the parakeets at Boundless Budgies, and check out carnivores like sun bears and tigers in Trader's Alley, where you can learn about the pressing international issue of the wildlife trade. Observe scaly, creepy, and crawly critters in the World of Reptiles, including a Guatemalan bearded lizard and a king cobra snake.

For smaller members of the family, the Australian petting zoo lets kids have a hands-on experience with Nubian goats and a Kunekune pig. Round out your visit by participating in 1 of the many keeper talks, where zookeepers inform and educate visitors about the animals in their care and the zoo's engagement in international conservation efforts.

Over 1,500 animals from around the world are waiting for you at Zoo Atlanta. Home to America's only twin giant pandas and the country's largest collection of gorillas and orangutans, Zoo Atlanta is an exciting animal encounter the whole family can enjoy.

Begin your day in the African Plains. Lions roar, elephants trumpet, and giraffes stride across native vegetation and grasslands alongside a rare and endangered black rhino.

In the Ford African Rain Forest, marvel at the large population of western lowland gorillas—more than 20 call the zoo home—and it has been a leading advocate of gorilla conservation. Make your way to the Asian Forest to see the zoo's most famous residents. Mei Lun and Mei Huan are the only 2 twin giant panda cubs in North America.

Feed the parakeets at Boundless Budgies, and check out carnivores like sun bears and tigers in Trader's Alley, where you can learn about the pressing international issue of the wildlife trade. Observe scaly, creepy, and crawly critters in the World of Reptiles, including a Guatemalan bearded lizard and a king cobra snake.

For smaller members of the family, the Australian petting zoo lets kids have a hands-on experience with Nubian goats and a Kunekune pig. Round out your visit by participating in 1 of the many keeper talks, where zookeepers inform and educate visitors about the animals in their care and the zoo's engagement in international conservation efforts.

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Admission to Zoo Atlanta

Duration 3h No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
$24.83

Total price is $24.83, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Zoo Atlanta Admission

Activity Location

Zoo Atlanta

800 Cherokee Ave

Atlanta 30315

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Zoo Atlanta

    800 Cherokee Ave

    Atlanta 30315


Highlights

  • Largest collection of gorillas & orangutans in the US

  • Rare giant pandas including twin cubs Mei Lun & Mei Huan

  • Educational talks & family friendly exhibits & displays

  • More than 220 species & 1,500 animals in realistic habitats

  • Chance to explore the zoo's worldwide conservation efforts


Inclusions

  • Admission to the zoo


Exclusions

  • Rides and special events


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary


Zoo Atlanta Admission ratings based on 24 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.2 out of 5

3/5 May 28, 2018

parking alone was hard to fine. we walked a mile to the gate. looks like the zoo was in a renovation state.

Gregorio R

United States

5/5 May 14, 2018

Expedia gets the 5 Star. Zoo Atlanta needs to add Expedia app training on their end. I score Zoo Atlanta a 1! A total of 40 minutes standing in the hot sticky heat while they tried to figure out how to honor already purchased zoo tickets.

Patricia R

United States