How long does it take to walk through the Louisville Zoo?
over a year ago. I would plan 3-4 hours to walk through the zoo if you want to see everything. over a year ago. 2 hours is a good amount of time to be able to take in the zoo, granted you could not spend a lot of time at each exhibit but I think this would be a good amount of time.
How much is a family membership to the Louisville Zoo?
$199. Our newest and best value membership! Perfect for families who want the ideal Zoo visit. PLUS up to 10 dependent children living in the same household 3–18 years old (or grandchildren).
Is the Louisville zoo open to the public?
Even though the Zoo is closed to the public, we are still working every day to feed and care for the animals.
Does the Louisville Zoo serve alcohol?
Frozen wine and beer (domestic and craft) is available. Frozen wine and beer (domestic and craft) is available.
Can I bring snacks to the zoo?
The general rule states that outside food and beverage are not allowed in the zoo.
Can you take dogs to the Louisville Zoo?
No pets are allowed at the Zoo except for service animals. Emotional-support, comfort and companion animals are not permitted for the safety of our collection. Please notify the Zoo’s reception area or ticket taker about your service dog. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed to be brought on Zoo grounds by guests.
How big is the Louisville Zoo?
Are there sloths at the Louisville Zoo?
Linnaeus’s two-toed sloths are here at the Zoo!
How old do you have to be to work at the Louisville Zoo?
Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.
Does the zoo close in the winter?
Zoos remain open in the winter, and many animals stay on display. While you may think that winter isn’t a good time for a zoo visit, the animals actually enjoy seeing people and may be more active during cooler days, according to John Linehan, CEO of the Franklin Park Zoo.
How many animals are in the Louisville Zoo?
Does the Louisville Zoo have pandas?
Probably not. Pandas are very cool animals but they are VERY hard to get and VERY challenging and expensive to keep. At the moment we are focusing our available funds on the species we currently have here at the Zoo along with our support of several in situ conservation projects.