Join us for a delicious evening of food and fun as we learn the fine art of romance as observed in the animal kingdom. Together we will discover the elaborate, awkward, and sometimes hilarious lengths to which animals will go to attract a mate.
Our Valentine's Program includes a romantically inspired dinner, special animal encounter, an interactive group presentation, and a glimpse of the future Reproductive Labs led by our Reproductive Specialist Team!
COST (per adult):
$70 per Member ($130 per Member couple)
$80 per Non-member ($150 per Non-member couple)
Program Registration Form (PDF) click here
A portion of the proceeds will go towards supporting the Toronto Zoo’s Reproductive Conservation efforts.
*Subject to change without notice
January Enrichment Extravaganza
We are kicking off the 2015 Monthly Enrichment Extravaganza with our very cool Hornbill "Jonah" in our very warm Indo-Malaya Pavilion!
Come out every Saturday in January at 1:30pm to watch our awesome Concave Casqued Hornbill "Jonah" get some special enrichment and meet his keepers too!
The Toronto Zoo is open 364 days a year and is the destination for winter adventure! With our interactive map, planning your winter escape has never been easier. Scroll over each animal exhibit and pavilion to plan your trip today. The Toronto Zoo has so much to offer, even in the cold, including six warm tropical pavilions full of exotic animals at every turn, daily keeper talks and 10 km of scenic winter trails.
Sunday, February 1 and Monday, February 2, 2015
10:00am to 3:00pm, Americas Pavilion (indoor)
While polar bears are enjoying the winter weather, ever wondered where wetland creatures go when it gets cold outside? Come celebrate the amazing world of wetland wildlife underneath the ice, and join in some conservation fun with the Adopt-A-Pond Programme on World Wetlands Day! Experience heaps of activities for kids and kids at heart, including games like Fish for a Prize, Find the Tail on the Turtle, and Frog Call Challenge! Join our volunteers and Toady the Mascot for a touch-table experience with amazing wetland wonders, frog-tastic puzzles, and lessons on how to become a Turtle Tallyer, Frog Watcher or Wetland Guardian. Join our conservation team and make a difference for wetland species across the province and around the world! It’s wetland wow for the whole family and it's
FREE with Zoo admission!
Saturday, February 14 to Monday, February 16, 2015
50% OFF CHILD ADMISSION.
CLICK HERE to download and print your "For The Love Of Family" coupon*
Looking for some family adventure this Family Day Weekend? Why not head over to the Toronto Zoo and visit with some of our family including polar bear siblings Aurora and Nikita western lowland gorilla Dad Charles and his newest addition Nneka, Mstari and her mom Twiga in the new indoor giraffe viewing house and more! Family fun activities, including special valentine crafts on the Saturday, will take place from 10am to 3pm in the Conservation Connection Centre. The winter is a beautiful time to visit the Toronto Zoo with its scenic walking trails, indoor pavilions, keeper talks, animal encounters and over 5,000 animals that amaze and delight.
*Valid one per child with the purchase of one adult admission. Please note that coupon MUST be presented at the time of admission and valid February 14-16, 2015 only. Mobile presentation not accepted.
Daily from Saturday, February 14 to Sunday March 22, 2015
Malayan Woods Pavilion
It may still be winter but the Toronto Zoo is celebrating spring! Our Horticulture Team has added some spring magic in our Malayan Woods pavilion with our 2015 Orchid Festival. With over 90 Asian, and American orchids, plus the clouded leopard, red-tailed green ratsnake and exotic birds, the Malayan Woods Pavilion is the perfect place to escape. Every day, beginning Saturday, February 14 through to Sunday, March 22, 2015 you can view the Zoo’s beautiful orchids. Free with Zoo admission. Don't forget your camera!
Saturday, February 21 to Friday, February 27, 2015
The Toronto Zoo is celebrating International Polar Bear Day by inviting you to “Bundle Up For Polar Bears!” Bundle up in your warmest sweater, socks, and toque for the week and take part in the Thermostat Challenge by turning down your thermostat by two degrees between Saturday, February 21 and Friday, February 27, 2015. The challenge aims to reduce our CO2 emissions and raise awareness about how our daily actions are contributing to climate change and impacting polar bears through the melting of the Arctic sea ice. Together, we can make a difference!
To register yourself, family, school, or business for the Thermostat Challenge, click here. Registering allows us to track the total amount of CO2 emissions saved during the challenge.
For more information about “Bundle Up For Polar Bears,” please email
Present by Toronto Zoo and Canada Running Series
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Support of our polar bear family and j
oin the cause and move YOUR paws to help one of the world's most vulnerable species!
Open to all runners, walkers and fitness folk of all ages and abilities. Bundle up and bring the whole family for a day of outdoor fun, fitness and fundraising. All proceeds raised from the event go towards Polar Bear Conservation! Support the Toronto Zoo and polar bears and invite your friends, family and colleagues to pledge a participant. For online entry, pledge forms and further information go to
Please note registration includes admission for the day, non-transferable. Parking is $10.
*Subject to change without notice
Celebrating 40 Years Of Saving And Protecting Species.
9:30am to 4:30pm
Last admission's one hour before closing.
The Toronto Zoo is open year round
(except Dec. 25th).
CURRENT ADMISSION FEES:
General Admission (13-64): $23
Seniors (65+): $18
Children (3-12): $14
Children (2 and under): FREE
Prices include tax as applicable
Parking is $10 year round
For more information, contact Lesley Dean at (416) 392-5939.
Events and admission prices subject to change without notice.
For general information visit
Toronto Zoo is accredited by CAZA (Canada's Accredited Zoos and Aquariums). Look for this logo whenever you visit a Canadian zoo as your assurance that you are supporting a facility dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for you, and a better future for all living things. For more information, visit