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Your Visit

Hours: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily
Closed on Christmas Day

Adults (ages 13 and older):
Seniors (age 62 and older): $17
Children (ages 2 to 12): $15
Children (under 2): FREE

Note: Ticket prices subject to change without notice.

Conservation Action

Two Mountain Yellow Legged Frogs at the L.A. Zoo Photo Credit Jamie Pham

M.Y.L.F. Recovery Program

Led by Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians Ian Recchio, the L.A. Zoo has been involved with a working group to help save the critically endangered Rana muscosa with a focus on reproduction. To date, we have reproduced more than 300 mountain yellow-legged frogs (M.Y.L.F.), 160 of which were released back into the wild.

Today at the Zoo
Saturday, August 27

Dinosaurs: Unextinct at the L.A. Zoo

Tickets $5 (in addition to cost of admission)

Daily Talks & Presentations

Good Morning Gorillas, Tomistoma Feeding, World of Birds Shows, Australia House Talk & More

Kikuyu colobus monkey exhibit

Closed until further notice


Off exhibit until further notice

Australia House

Closed due to construction

Anatolian Shepards with Keeper Karen Poly Photo by Jamie Pham

To celebrate National Dog Day, learn about the canine’s long history at the side of mankind.

Sumatran tiger walks in water at the LA Zoo (Photo by Jamie Pham)

Three-year-old CJ is slowly being introduced to his new mate, a two-year-old from Point Defiance Zoo.

Bali starling (photo credit Lori Rogalski)

The beautiful Bali starling, once thought to be extinct, is a critically endangered bird.

Tomistoma reflection (Photo by Jamie Pham)

It’s the first-ever World Tomistoma Day, so now is the perfect time to learn what exactly a tomistoma is.

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Madagascar Giant Day Gecko at the LA Zoo Photo Credit Tad Motoyama

Species Survival Projects

The L.A. Zoo is committed to saving species worldwide. The Zoo has been involved in over 30 conservation projects.

With financial and situational support from the Zoo, organizations around the globe are working to save animals in the wild from extinction. Your donation makes it all possible!

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