Plan Your Visit
 

Thank you for planning your visit to your Toronto Zoo! The Toronto Zoo has over 3,000 animals representing over 300 species and 10km of walking trails. Our Zoo is divided into seven zoogeographic regions as you will see on the Zoo Map. We are dedicated to providing the animals in our care with the means to live long and enriching lives while connecting people to wildlife. We look forward to welcoming you!

For the care and safety of the animals in our care and others, we request that all guests self-screen prior to entering the Toronto Zoo.  Please respect individual choices regarding the wearing of masks. 

For Your Safety

Tickets:

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Please note prepaid or discounted tickets cannot be redeemed or purchased online.
 

Hours:

The Toronto Zoo is open all year!
Please note last admission is one hour before Zoo closes.

October 11th - March 10, 2023
Daily 9:30am to 4:30pm

Christmas Day - December 25th, 2022
10:30am to 3:30pm 

March 11 - May 5, 2023
Weekdays 9:30am to 4:30pm
Weekends/March Break/ Holidays 9:30am to 6:00pm

May 6 - September 4, 2023
Daily 9:30am to 7:00pm

Green House: 9:30am to 4:30pm daily
Splash Island Hours: Closed for the season
Wildlife Health Centre: 9:30am to 4:30pm daily

Directions & Parking:

The Toronto Zoo is set in the beautiful Rouge Valley. The Main Entrance is located on Meadowvale Road, Toronto, north of Highway 401 (Exit #389 eastbound and westbound). The Zoo is accessible by car and public transit.

Parking is $15.00. EV Charging stations are available in Section C of our main parking lot. The Flo Level 2 stations are operational using a credit card, a Flo card or through the Flo app. Visit https://www.flo.com/en-CA/drivers/network/ to learn more about using the EV charging stations. Charging stations are on a first come, first serve basis. Once your vehicle has been charged, we ask that guests please move their vehicles to allow others to access them. 

Address: 2000 Meadowvale Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1B 5K7

Zoo Map:
 

Zoo Restaurants:

Animals or people, we make sure everyone is fed at the Toronto Zoo. Look for one of our well-known establishments, or bring your own picnic lunch! Picnic tables are available at various locations through the Zoo. *Please note, all hours and locations are weather dependent.

Details here

Rentals:

Rentals are available daily in our front entrance courtyard. Strollers and wagons are available on a first come first serve basis. A limited capacity of wheelchairs can be reserved by contacting Guest Relations at least 48 hours in advance of your visit by calling 416-392-5932. *Please note rental prices will be changing January 1, 2023*

  • Single strollers – $8.00 + tax
  • Double strollers – $10.00 + tax
  • Wagons – $8.00 + tax
  • Safari Car - $10.00 + tax
  • Wheelchairs – Complimentary
  • Electric Convenience Vehicle (ECV) – *Currently unavailable for the season due to weather conditions* $30.97 + tax
  • Lockers – $1.00 per one time rental
    • Small: 17.5” X 15” X 29.75” Medium: 23” X 15” X 29.75” Large: 23” X 19” X 29.75”

Accessibility:

The Toronto Zoo is committed to welcoming all guests to experience the Zoo. We have many services to help guests with disabilities including accessible parking spaces, wheelchair accessible pavilions, free wheelchair rentals (with refundable deposit) and more.

For full guest disability services and policies, visit here.


 

Alerts

Please note February 3rd to February 4th 2023, Zoomobile may be experiencing closures and delays due to weather and unforeseen circumstances.

Please also note our Zoomobile will now be taking an alternate route through the Eurasia Wilds and will no longer be travelling through the Eurasia Drive Thru.


Please note the following animals that may not be viewable at this time:

Americas Pavilion
Two-toed sloth, golden lion tamarin, white-faced saki, river otter, Eastern loggerhead shrike, and black-footed ferret are all currently not viewable due to habitat maintenance.

Eurasia Wilds
The Stellar Sea Eagles are currently not viewable.

Canadian Domain: 
Closed for the season.

African Savanna:
Some animals may not be viewable due to decreasing temperatures.

Kids Zoo
Closed for the season.


Saturday, February 25 - Move Your Paws for the Polar Bear Cause 5K/1K Run/Walk

Please be advised that your Toronto Zoo and Canada Running Series will be hosting the Move Your Paws for the Polar Bear Cause 5K/1K Run/Walk at the Zoo on February 25th to raise funds for the Toronto Zoo Wildlife Conservancy and polar bear conservation. 

Please note the following operational impacts:

  • For their well-being, some animals along the Move Your Paws route may be delayed going out on habitat in the morning. Guests may experience slight delays on other pathways as the run finishes and the race route is cleared. 
    • Tundra Trek: Caribou will not be visible and the path to the Caribou habitat will be closed for the entire day
  • Zoomobile: Begins operating at 11:45 am