THE LA ZOO HAS REOPENED
Situated right next to Burbank, our neighbor the LA Zoo is now open! Enjoy this great family-friendly activity in the California sunshine with an open-air visit. The Zoo now features a modified experience and advance, timed-entry reservations required for all guests, including members.
The Zoo is home to more than 1,400 mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles representing more than 270 different species, of which more than 58 are endangered. In addition, the Zoo’s botanical collection comprises several planted gardens and over 800 different plant species with approximately 7,000 individual plants.
Some highlights include The Rainforest of Americas, Elephants of Asia, Chimpanzees of Mahale Mountains, and Winnick Family Children’s Zoo.
What to Know Before Visiting
Advance, timed-entry reservations are now required, for general admission and members. You can make a reservation at www.lazoo.org
Once inside, you will experience new traffic flows and pathways throughout the Zoo to allow for physical distancing. Signage and markers are placed throughout the Zoo to remind guests to follow physical distancing guidelines and abide by other safety measures. Hand sanitizer stations are available at Safari Shuttle stops, food facilities, and other locations throughout the Zoo. Download the Map before you arrive.
The majority of the animal exhibits will be accessible to guests. There will be modified access to exhibits as well as some activities and facilities are closed until further notice. In-person talks and presentations have also been suspended to avoid gathering. For a full list of open exhibits visit the Zoo website.
A face covering is required for all guests ages 2 and older.
Physical distance should be maintained between other guests at all times and you are asked to remain stationary and maintain physical distance while eating or drinking.