Naples Zoo will reopen Friday with limited capacity

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Photo credit: Naples Zoo
The Naples Zoo’s Phase 1 reopening begins Friday, May 22, with limited capacity and temporarily discounted pricing. All guests, including Naples Zoo members, must reserve a timed ticket online by choosing a day and time to visit. Realizing the challenging financial circumstances many are facing, the zoo is offering the community a temporary discount for admission. Adult tickets will be $12, child tickets $6 and guests 2 years and younger receive free admission. Some of the exhibits and attractions will not be available during Phase 1.  “The Zoo experience will be modified to fully provide for the safety of guests, zoo staff and the animal collection and comply with all federal, state and local requirements and recommendations for strict social distancing,” according to the zoo’s website. “The experience will be different, but it is still the same nationally accredited zoo and garden offering a safe, outdoor experience for children and families in the Southwest Florida community.” New hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. To purchase general admission tickets, click here.
Photo credit: Naples Zoo



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