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Military Discount

The Los Angeles Zoo is proud to offer an admission discount to active and retired U.S. military personnel and their immediate family (spouse and children): $3 off regular adult admission and $2 off a regular child admission (ages 2-12).

Please present a valid military ID at the time of ticket purchase. Discounts cannot be combined with any other offers.

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Buy a pizza from a participating Domino’s store and receive a coupon for $7 off one Child Admission with paid Adult Admission or $15 off Membership.

Present original coupon at the L.A. Zoo ticket window and receive $7 off one Child Daytime General Admission with the purchase of a regular Adult Daytime General Admission. Limit four (4) discounts per coupon. Not valid with any other offer including online offers or pre-purchased tickets. Not valid at off-site sales locations. No mobile versions accepted. Distribution of this coupon on Zoo grounds or on the internet is prohibited. No cash value. Prices subject to change. Valid through 12/31/18. Or receive $15 off any membership level when you present this coupon at the Membership window. Limit one per purchaser, up to 3 additional as gifts. Discount applies to New Memberships only and cannot be combined with any other offers. Coupon valid through 12/31/2018. GLAZA reserves all rights.

Group Discounts
If you’ll be attending the Zoo with a party of 15 or more people, you can purchase group-rate tickets at the prices listed below. You may purchase tickets at the gate on the day of your visit, download and return this pdf, or call 323/644-4210.

Group Ticket Pricing (15 or more people)
Adults:$18 ($3 off regular admission)
Children (ages 2 to 12):$15 ($1 off regular admission)
Children (under 2):FREE
Note: Ticket prices subject to change without notice.

L.A. Zoo / Aquarium of the Pacific Combo Ticket
Two Great Attractions, One Low Price!

Visit the Los Angeles Zoo and the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach for one great price: Adult: $41 / Child: $28 / Senior: $40

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the wonders of nature from the depths of the ocean to the plains of Africa for one great price. Less than an hour’s drive away, the Zoo and the Aquarium can both be visited in one day or on separate days.

L.A. Zoo / Aquarium of the Pacific / Natural History Museum Combo Ticket
Three’s a Charm!

Visit the L.A. Zoo, Aquarium of the Pacific, and the Natural History Museum, all for one great price: Adult: $51 / Child: $32 / Senior: $47

Visit the L.A. Zoo to see your favorite animals, learn about wildlife conservation, and enjoy an entertaining day with friends and family at a beloved Los Angeles attraction.

General Admission

Adults (ages 13 and older)$21
Seniors (age 62 and older)$18
Children (ages 2 to 12)$16
Children (under 2)FREE
Carousel Ticket (Admission Required)$3
Note: Ticket prices subject to change without notice.

Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily

Closed on December 25

Please note that the Zoo starts putting animals in for the night at 4 p.m. Ticket sales cease one hour prior to closing time.

Parking

FREE Parking Available

On select days throughout the year, the L.A. Zoo offers a Preferred Parking Program for a nominal fee, payable on-site (cash only). The Preferred Parking Program operates on busy, peak attendance days including most holiday weekends and special events. On these days, limited free parking is available in designated areas.

On Zoo Grounds and Commercial Photography

The Los Angeles Zoo reserves the right to photograph, videotape, or film our visitors, on Zoo grounds, for self-promotional purposes. The commercial use of photographs, video, and film taken during your visit is strictly prohibited without the written consent of the Los Angeles Zoo.

Respect the Animals

When you visit the L.A. Zoo please do not feed the animals. All of the Zoo’s animals need special diets to stay healthy and the wrong food can make them sick. Feeding the animals may result in your removal from the Zoo.

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