Last ticket sold at 4:00 PM
Note: Prices above do not include local 7% sales tax. No refunds or rainchecks.
We are home to about 3,000 animals, so there is always plenty to see! However, some animals may not be out on exhibit due to a health care need or an exhibit improvement. If there is a specific animal you have planned your visit around, please call us at 305-251-0400 to check their status before your visit.
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Other discounts are not valid with any other group, promotion or discount offer.
$4 off regular adult or child admission for up to six people. Miami-Dade County employees should purchase their discounted tickets online through the employee portal.
50% off regular adult admission for serving or retired U.S. military personnel plus 25% off regular admission for up to six additional guests. Military photo identification is required at time of purchase. These tickets must be purchased onsite at our ticketing building.
25% off regular admission. Photo identification with date of birth is required at time of purchase. These tickets must be purchased onsite at our ticketing building.
For net rates contact Michael Cotto, Sales & Events Manager, at Michael.C@miamidade.gov
Looking for a unique gift no one else has? Think about giving that special someone the gift of an unforgettable experience at Zoo Miami, such as one of our special tours or having him or her enjoy a day at the zoo! These gifts are perfect for any occasion: holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, and more. Contact the Sales and Events Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-251-0400 for more information.
The Go Miami® Card is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility when visiting Miami. Save up to 55% off retail prices with this all-access pass that includes admission to 35 top attractions and activities including Zoo Miami, Miami Seaquarium, Jungle Island, Key West tour, Everglades tour and much more for one low price. Enjoy the flexibility of picking your attractions when you get to Miami and do as much as you want in a day.
Photo Release - Visitors to Zoo Miami may be photographed or videotaped during their visit. Their likeness may be used for marketing, advertising or public relations purposes without compensation.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (last ticket sold at 4 p.m.)
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (last ticket sold at 2 p.m.)
12 p.m. - 5 p.m. (last ticket sold at 4 p.m.)
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Florida: Mission Everglades encourages residents, as well as tourists, to take a deeper look at wildlife and conservation efforts in our own backyard. This exhibit is a unique “gateway” to experiencing the Everglades. Guests journey through habitats of iconic Florida animals like the roseate spoonbill, the Florida panther, black bear, burrowing owl, gopher tortoise, bald eagle, American crocodile, American alligator, Florida box turtle and more. About 60 species of animals are represented, and the exhibit highlights the importance of conservation for animals listed as endangered or threatened in the wild. Adding entertainment to education, the exhibit also features a special Lostman’s River boat ride as well as interactive exhibits designed to give visitors an up-close look at the animals, such as a crawl-through “tunnel” at the crocodile habitat, a slide-through the North American river otter exhibit, a pop-up blind at the Florida panther/black bear exhibit, a brown and white pelican encounter, and a new children's Cypress Landing Playground.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
A new indoor interpretive exhibit. Learn what you have in common with a polar bear and crawl through a larger-than-life python while you learn about the impact of invasive species. See how fast you can scoop the "poop" into compost bins and whack out environmental threats in Habitat Whack-A-Mole. Touch a "robo-frog" and see how they help save frogs in the Amazon! Explore the shared habitat house to see how the things you do every day in your own home can impact the ecosystem around you and experience how environments come to life as you pledge to take action on behalf of wildlife.
In the largest Asian-themed aviary in the western hemisphere, tiny and large birds swoop overhead, perch on branches and even strut and stroll right by the visitor. Aquatic birds can be observed swimming above and below water from the air-conditioned Observation Center The air is alive with beautiful birdsongs, trickling brooks, and five waterfalls.
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Critter Connection is home to The Wacky Barn (open daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.) which is a wonderful spot for little ones to touch and interact with a variety of domestic animals and to learn how important proper care is for the health and happiness of our pets. At the Camel Encounter guests will have the opportunity to feed and get up close and personal with a camel. The South African meerkats are a show all unto themselves, and visitors can get a fun-filled, close-up view as these animals dig their tunnels, stand sentry and frolic together. Beautiful butterflies busily pollinate the flowers and shade trees in the Butterfly Garden where you can observe the stages of development in the life of a butterfly. Kids of all ages enjoy the Wildlife Conservation Carousel with 30 handcrafted replicas of endangered animals
Amazon and Beyond is a place where visitors to Zoo Miami can embark on an enchanting journey through the forests of Central and South America. The 27-acre exhibit is filled with colorful amphibians, sneaky reptiles and fascinating creatures, divided into three exciting eco-regions. The scenery is set with dozens of unique, beautiful and interesting plants, trees, and shrubs.