San Antonio Zoo Prepares To Re-Open

After more than two months, San Antonio Zoo is reopening to visitors on Friday, May 29th, with a Pass Holder ONLY weekend through May 31st.  

Annual Pass holders and Monthly Members must make a reservation online for a dedicated time slot to enter the zoo. Starting June 1st, all Standard Admission tickets will need to be purchased online to reserve their date and entry time at

The zoo will be implementing safety guidelines set forth by the Governor and City officials that will provide guests with a safe visit back to the zoo. Changes to the zoo experience include: limited capacity attendance, reservation-based timed ticketing, the closure of some indoor spaces, additional hand sanitizers stations throughout the zoo, social distancing reminders, and face masks will be strongly recommended for all guests, ages ten and older.

The carousel inside the zoo, Zoo Eagle Train, and Kiddie Park will remain closed until further direction from State and Local officials.

Starbucks will continue to operate in Brackenridge Park.

As a “thank you” to their Annual Pass holders for their support, the zoo will be extending Annual Passes purchased between March 2019 through March 2020 by three months.

Photo: San Antonio Zoo

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