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Rule Number One: ENJOY YOUR VISIT!: The Zoo is a wonderful place to explore, learn, and relax. Our few rules help ensure an enjoyable and safe experience.
Be kind to the animals. If you harass or do something intentionally to harm an animal you will be escorted out of the zoo.
Crossing any barriers for any reason may result in prosecution.
Straws, balloons, skateboards, skates, bicycles, scooters, radios, glass containers, fireworks, balls, and frisbees are not permitted.
Sorry, no pets. Service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are welcome (While Emotional Support Animals or Comfort Animals are often used as part of a medical treatment plan as therapy animals, they are not considered service animals under the ADA).
Feeding animals is prohibited in all areas of the zoo unless specifically stated (camel, rhino, giraffe). Our animals have scientifically formulated diets to ensure their health and well-being. You may feed animals in those areas where feed is on sale from the zoo, but only and exclusively with the feed provided by the zoo.
For your safety and to help preserve our valuable plant and tree collection, please stay on the pathways. Do not pick any plants or leaves.
Speak nicely. Vulgar, profane or disrespectful language is not allowed.
Sorry, food and drinks cannot be brought into the Zoo. Picnic tables outside the entrance are available for your use.
No distribution of printed literature of any kind in or at the zoo.
For the safety and comfort of our guests and animals, smoking is only permitted in designated areas. These designated areas are conveniently located throughout the Zoo and are clearly marked.
Miami-Dade Parks and Open Spaces Rules and Regulations.
Please note that 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.