Toronto Zoo to Reopen to the Public From July 4

imageThe Toronto Zoo will be reopening to the public on July 4th. The Zoo reopened its doors for members on June 27th.

Face masks will be mandatory inside the buildings including African Rainforest Pavilion, Gift Shops, Membership Building, Washrooms & Restaurants and other indoor spaces like the Giraffe house where Amani Innis Dagg resides.

The zoo is also offering reduced-price tickets as some of the indoor pavilions are closed. Only the African Rainforest Pavilion and Giraffe House will be open with one-way traffic.

Splash Island, Rides, Zoomobile, Lockers, rentals of Wagons, Stroller & wheelchair, Viewers, Souvenir Penny Press and Medallion Coin Machines, Drinking fountains, ATM will remain closed.

The Zoo is also asking visitors to preplan their route using the one-way route map available on the website.




Enjoy a visit to the largest zoo in Canada and 3rd largest zoo in the world. With over 5000 animals, from white lions to polar bears to sea horses, you can easily spend a whole day at the zoo.


Reopen to the public from July 4, 2020

Hours: 9:00am to 7:00pm daily

Last timed-ticket at 4:00pm


Address:2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto


Adult: $22.39
Senior: $18.52
Child: $14.65

Timed tickets required.

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