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The Oakland Zoo will be reopening to the public on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Admission will be by advance reservation only. Tickets are limited; both zoo members and the general public must order advance tickets for a specific date and time. You can purchase a pre-paid ticket for the zoo's parking lot as well.
Face coverings are required for all visitors age 3 and older, and you must maintain a 6-foot distance between your household group and others. If you arrive without a face covering, you will be required to purchase one for entry. Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the zoo.
Food carts, Tuskers Grill, and the Giraffe Ridge snack bar are open for meals, snacks, and drinks. A limited number of tables are available for outdoor dining.
- The following attractions and areas are closed:
- Bug House
- Reptile and Amphibian Discovery Room
- California Conservation Habitarium
- Adventure Landing (all rides, including train)
- Playground areas
- Picnic areas and restaurant dining tables
Learn more about the Oakland Zoo's reopening at www.oaklandzoo.org/reopening.
The Oakland Zoo is located at 9777 Golf Links Road in Oakland. Admission is $24 for adults (15–64), $20 for children 2–14 and seniors 65+, and free for children under 2 and seniors 76+. A discount is offered for military families with current military ID. Parking is an additional $10 per car. Timed tickets are issued for 1-hour slots. The zoo will be open from 10 am to 6 pm through Labor Day, with early hours for members. Last timed ticket will be from 3–4 pm. For more info and to reserve your tickets visit www.oaklandzoo.org.