The party is wild, the bites and sips are delicious! At this one-of-a-kind tasting event, Southern California's best food, wine, and beer are mixed with live entertainment and...
You don't need a cape or special powers to be a superhero. Real heroes are people like you who want to make a difference. When you visit the San Diego Zoo, you help fund conservation efforts around the globe. That makes you a hero for wildlife everywhere. Come face-to-face with polar bears, hang out with a two-toed sloth, and discover your real superpower as you explore the 100-acre wildlife park that's home to over 12,000 rare and endangered animals, including more than 650 species and subspecies. Immerse yourself in exciting educational experiences and learn more about how your visit helps conservation efforts worldwide. Thanks to heroes like you, we can help create a world where all life thrives. Every visit goes a long way at the San Diego Zoo.
Part of San Diego Since 1916
Located adjacent to downtown San Diego in Balboa Park, the Zoo is 100 acres in size and is home to more than 12,000 animals representing more than 650 species from around the world. We suggest taking the Guided Bus Tour upon your arrival to acquaint yourself with the various areas where you would like to spend additional time. The Zoo is a unique walking experience that exhibits animals in the most natural way possible, adding shows and animal presentations throughout the day for additional enjoyment. To make your visit even more exciting, book one of our special tours like Animals in Action, Inside Look, or Discovery Tour. Meet our animal ambassadors up close, learn about our conservation work and see what goes on behind the scenes. The San Diego Zoo also offers a variety of education programs, spring and summer camps for kids, sleepovers, and catered events for family or business gatherings. (all tours subject to availability)
The expansive new 3.2-acre Denny Sanford Wildlife Explorers Basecamp is designed to appeal to all ages and foster empathy for wildlife by exploring nature. Wildlife Explorers Basecamp, built on the site of the historic Children’s Zoo, features fresh and innovative elements, including eight buildings and habitats dispersed throughout four different habitat zones: Rainforest, Wild Woods, Marsh Meadows and Desert Dunes. The area blends innovation and immersive technology with opportunities to check out extraordinary species—ranging from leafcutter ants and orb weaver spiders to prairie dogs and sloths. There are interactive play opportunities, oversized species-themed sculptures and a one-of-a-kind floating, 7-foot-high stone globe, which rotates on a thin layer of water.
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance welcomes your comments, suggestions, and questions. You can contact us using the online link http://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/content/contact-us
Attendees receive a 10% discount on a San Diego Zoo 1-Day Pass when conference badge is shown at front gate ticket window. - The San Diego Zoo is a 100-acre wildlife park that is home to...
Located adjacent to downtown San Diego in Balboa Park, the Zoo is 100 acres in size and is home to more than 4,000 animals representing more than 650 species from around the world. Spend the day...
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