Woodland Park Zoo
Woodland Park Zoo:
Award-winning Zoo, Seattle
Over 300 animal species…over 300 ways to see the world! Discover over 1,000 animals in this lush 92-acre oasis located just minutes from downtown Seattle.
Woodland Park Zoo is hailed as one of the finest zoos in the world for its award-winning naturalistic exhibits. Explore the African Savanna, Australasia, Northern Trail, Tropical Asia, Temperate Forest, Jaguar Cove, Family Farm, Humboldt penguins, and the new Banyan Wilds.
Banyan Wilds—new May 2015
In the all new heart of the zoo, Malayan tigers and sloth bears inhabit the state-of-the-art Banyan Wilds exhibit. Get closer to these animals than ever before! Banyan Wilds explores the diversity of Asia’s tropical forests and the crossroads we face as communities learn to coexist with wildlife. Discover how our actions can make a difference all the way across the globe.
Fewer than 350 Malayan tigers survive in the wild, but there is hope. If we can protect their habitat and keep them out of the hands of poachers, tiger populations can rebound. Woodland Park Zoo and Panthera work with on-the-ground partners in Malaysia to protect tigers and their forest homes. Will you join us and show your stripes for tiger conservation?
A Wildlife Viewing Adventure Around the World
Go nose-to-nose with a jaguar in a tropical rain forest. Observe a family of gorillas foraging for food. Come eye-to-eye with orangutans living atop trees in an open forest canopy. Safari to Africa for sweeping views of giraffes, hippos and gazelle. Trek to the North for underwater views of grizzly bears and otters.
Encounter waddling penguins that aren’t from a land of ice, but from a desert by the sea at the Humboldt penguin exhibit. Meet a family of squealing Asian small-clawed otters as they take care of pups, hunt for fish, groom, and tumble over each other in a marsh or on the beach. Be delighted by lion cubs playing with their parents. Marvel at the size of the Tapir and the bright colors of the poison dart frogs.
Explore, Eat, Ride, Play, and Get Up Close!
Learn about animal behavior an care at Keeper Talks. Get up close with Penguin Feedings, Giraffe Feedings, Raptor In Flight shows, and more.
Play in outdoor and indoor spaces. Explore, climb and slide in Zoomazium, an all-season, nature play space where kids can connect with animals, habitats and more through the natural language of childhood—play! Enjoy puppet shows, crafts, and other programming offered seasonally.
Take a nostalgic ride on the zoo’s Historic Carousel (additional cost). Stroll through grass pathways of the 2½-acre Rose Garden featuring 290 varieties of roses.
Attend a summer outdoor concert, a tasting event, a conservation event, or many other special events that support wildlife (separate tickets often required). Please see http://www.zoo.org/events
Shop, dine and picnic at conservation-minded ZooStores, restaurants and picnic areas located throughout the expansive horticultural landscape. Or, host your own event in a unique and wild venue!
Save Wildlife with Woodland Park Zoo
A portion of every dollar you spend at the zoo supports animal conservation in the Northwest and around the world.
Conservation is the heart of Woodland Park Zoo’s mission. Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act. Discover conservation education opportunities at the Zoo.
Get Animal Smart – Education and Camps at the Zoo
A host of zoo classes, programs, camps and educator opportunities are offered at the zoo year-round for all ages—infants through adults. Attend Keeper Talks and Bird walks! Discover a range of wildlife topics from animal defenses and conservation to creating your own backyard habitat. Even pursue a Master’s Degree with the Advanced Inquiry Program! Also, check out Day Camps offered during school breaks, Zoo Overnight and Evening Adventures. For information, call 206.548.2424 or visit www.zoo.org and click on Education.
Free mobile app puts the zoo in your hands
Search for the free Woodland Park Zoo mobile app for iPhone, iPad or Android in your app store. Track your visit with a GPS-enabled map, customize your schedule, access animal fact sheets, and take unique tours with the free mobile app available for iOS and Android.
Plan your day at www.zoo.org/today
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N. 50th St. & Fremont Ave. N.
Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th
& N. 56th Sts.