Welcome Back
 

please note Face coverings are mandatory while indoors and at certain outdoor animal viewing areas!

Alerts

Please note, we currently do not accept cash at the Toronto Zoo.


Please note, Canadian Domain and Hay-lloween Town will be closing at 2:30 pm on October 23, 24, 30 and 31st.  



Timed-Ticketing Required In Advance to walk through the zoo!

Pre-booked time slots are required for both Zoo Guests and Zoo Members in order to walk through the Zoo. Tickets are ONLY available online and will not be sold on site. This is a new process to keep everyone safely and physically distanced. Please note that face coverings are mandatory while indoors & at certain outdoor animal viewing areas. This includes; Gift Shops, Membership Building, Washrooms & Restaurants. Please also note that we currently do not accept cash at the Toronto Zoo.
 

 

Hours

*Last admission into Zoo is a half hour after last timed-ticket.

Monday - CLOSED

Tuesday - Sunday
9:30am to 4:30pm
*Last public ticket sold 2pm
**Last Member ticket sold at 3pm

Scenic Safari - CLOSED

MEMBERS

TO VISIT THE ZOO ON FOOT, TIME SLOT MUST BE BOOKED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. Tickets are ONLY available online and will not be sold on site.

We are excited to welcome our Zoo Members back to the Zoo. Timed-ticketing is in-place to ensure the safety of all guests where you will choose a time-slot to enter the Zoo. This MUST be booked prior to your arrival.

Have your Membership ID card on-hand when you enter the Zoo at your booked time-slot as this will be required as proof of Membership.

ZOO GUESTS

TO VISIT THE ZOO ON FOOT, TIME SLOT MUST BE BOOKED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. Tickets are ONLY available online and will not be sold on site.

PRICING

Adult $22.20
Senior $17.35
Child $13.50

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Time-Slot HERE

 

Directions:

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.

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

YOUR Zoo Experience

With some one-way routes throughout the Zoo and paths marked to create distance between guests, you can see all your favourite animals at the Zoo while ensuring a safe distance from others. Please plan your route with this new map before your visit. 
Please note: Face coverings are mandatory while indoors and at certain outdoor animal viewing areas. You must also maintain 2 metres (6ft) of distance between you and other guests. 
 

WILD ENCOUNTERS 

The Toronto Zoo’s NEW one-of-a-kind tours will take you behind-the-scenes to experience some of our amazing animals and habitats up close!

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What can I expect from my new Zoo experience

Gift Shops - Zootique will be open; the rest will remain closed.

Restaurants  
Please note indoor seating has been restricted in compliance with the regulations and recommendations from the City and Province
Peacock Café/Tim Hortons (open daily)
Dairy Queen (open weekends)
Smokes Poutinerie (open weekends)
Caribou Café & Grill (Open daily)
Beavertails (open weekends and for Terra Lumina)

Pavilions - African Rainforest Pavilion, America's Pavilion, Australasia Pavilion, Indo-Malaya Pavilion and Giraffe House will be open with one-way traffic. Please note that face coverings are required inside the buildings. This includes; African Rainforest Pavilion, America's Pavilion, Australasia Pavilion, Indo-Malaya Pavilion, Giraffe House, Gift Shops, Membership Building, Washrooms & Restaurants.

Stroller & Accessibility Rentals - Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs and ECVs are available first-come-first serve. Each rental item is fully sanitized by Toronto Zoo staff in between each use.

Cost:*
Single Stroller ($7.08 + tax)
Double Stroller ($8.85 + tax)
Wheel Chair (Complimentary)
Electric Scooter ($30.97 + tax)
Wagon ($7.08 + tax)

*Please note, we currently do not accept cash at the Toronto Zoo.

Closures:

Rides - CLOSED
Indoor Pavilions Malayan Woods is closed.
Zoomobile - CLOSED
Lockers - CLOSED
Viewers, Souvenir Penny Press and Medallion Coin Machines - CLOSED
ATM - CLOSED
Splash Island - CLOSED

SAFETY COMES FIRST!

As part of our commitment and shared responsibility for the health and safety of our animals, guests and our employees, we ask that all persons entering our Toronto Zoo follow Public Health measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread. 

Self Screening:

PLEASE, do not enter the Toronto Zoo if: 

  • You’re ill or experiencing any one of the following symptoms of COVID-19. These include: fever, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, runny nose (not related to allergies), sore throat, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or difficulty swallowing. 
  • You’ve been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with or has symptoms of COVID-19
  • Your or someone in your household has traveled internationally in the past 14 days

COVID-19 Safety Measures

While enjoying the Toronto Zoo, we ask that you follow current Public Health Guidelines that include but are not limited to:

  • Practicing physical distancing: Please keep 6ft. between your group and others
  • Washing your hands often for at least 20 seconds with warm soapy water or use alcohol based hand sanitizer
  • Wearing of facial coverings, are mandatory for persons 2 + years of age and who are medically capable, when inside buildings and pavilions. Facial coverings are strongly encouraged to be worn at all times to reduce COVID-19 spread. 
  • Practicing cough and sneeze etiquette by using a tissue or using the bend in your arm.

FAQ

  • When is the Toronto Zoo re-opening to public for walking visits?
  • The Toronto Zoo has shared our re-opening plans with the City and it is our intention to open to Zoo Members only beginning this weekend, Saturday June 27.
  • When will tickets be on sale?
  • Tickets for Members and Guests to book their time are on sale now.
  • Do guests have to book in advance to visit?
  • All guests including Members must book a ticket online in advance to visit the Zoo.
  • Do guests with prepaid or complimentary tickets need to book in advance?
  • No, if you have prepaid or complimentary tickets please present them at the admission booth upon arrival during the available ticket times. Prepaid tickets holders will surrender/show their pass at the admission gates on entry.
  • Will prepaid or complimentary tickets that expired during the closure be extended?
  • Yes, all prepaid tickets and admission passes that expired on or before August 31, 2020 wil be extended by four months.
  • How do guests with a discount coupon book tickets?
  • If you are entitled to a discount you are not required to book a time. You will need to surrender/show your discount coupon upon arrival and pay for admission at the gates. Please note only contactless payment (debit and credit) will be accepted at the gate.
  • Do guests need to pay for parking?
  • Yes. The parking rate is $14 and parking tickets can be purchased in advance online and then scanned directly at the parking exit terminal when leaving the lot.
  • Is there a limited capacity of guests/tickets per day?
  • Yes, the Zoo will be operating with reduced capacity and timed ticketing which is why tickets must be booked in advance.
  • Can guests visit the entire Zoo when it re-opens?
  • Yes! As per the provincial guidelines, we have optimized our routes to ensure our guests can visit almost every area in an organized and safe fashion. Malayan Woods pavilion and Discovery Zone, including our Kids Zoo, Splash Island and Waterside Theater will not be open.
  • What health and safety measures have been implemented?
  • As part of our commitment and shared responsibility for the health and safety of our animals, guests, staff and volunteers, we ask that all persons entering our Toronto Zoo follow Public Health measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread.
  • Do guests have to wear mask/face coverings while onsite?
  • As per City of Toronto COVID-19 guidelines, face coverings are mandatory while in all buildings, under outdoor shelters, at certain outdoor animal viewing areas and if you are less than 2 meters (6ft) away from other guests.
  • What other precautions are in place to ensure guests, staff and volunteer safety?
  • Guests are encouraged and reminded with signage onsite to respect physical distancing and encourage people to regularly wash their hands or use hand sanitizer.
  • Are washrooms available onsite?
  • Yes, some of the washroom* facilities will be open to guests walking onsite (note: masks or face coverings will be mandatory in washrooms) *washrooms will be cleaned regularly
  • Are restaurants open onsite?
  • Yes, some of the restaurants will be operating. Again,masks or face coverings will be required in restaurants.
  • Is there a map available to see which animals are accessible to foot traffic?
  • Yes, the map is on www.torontozoo.com/welcomeback#map
  • Will ECV’s and Strollers be available for rent?
  • Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs and ECVs are available first-come-first serve. Each rental item is fully sanitized by Toronto Zoo staff in between each use.
    Cost:
    Single Stroller ($7.08 + tax)
    Double Stroller ($8.85 + tax)
    Wheel Chair (Complimentary)
    Electric Scooter ($30.97 + tax)
    Wagon ($7.08 + tax)
  • Will Memberships be extended?
  • Yes Membership will be extended for the length of the closure. As well, three additional weeks were added as a thank you to our members.
  • Where can I pick up my new Membership cards?
  • New membership cards are not required as the old cards will reflect the extension when scanned by staff. If a new card is required, please visit the membership office, ticket booth in the front entrance courtyard, or call the office at 416-392-9101.
  • I purchased an online voucher. Where can I pick up my new membership card?
  • Vouchers can be redeemed at the Membership office.
  • Do Members need to show their Membership card when they enter the Zoo?
  • Yes! Members will need show your tickets and membership card when you arrive.
  • Do Access2 cardholders have to book in advance?
  • No, please present your Access2 card at the admission booth when you arrive. While you do not need to be a subscriber to the Access2 program to receive the People With Disability (PWD) admission package, upon presentation of Access2 card or self-declaration of disability with Guest Relations staff, cardholder or person with disability receives 50% admission discount while their support worker receives complimentary admission.
  • Are there any Gift Shops open?
  • Yes, the Zootique Gift Shop will be open during the Zoo hours of operation.
  • What payment options are available on site?
  • In order to minimize contact at this time we will only be accepting contactless payment (debit and credit).