Palm Beach Zoo Extends Kids Free Offer until September 4


WEST PALM BEACH, FL - August 28, 2020 - Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is giving families more time to take an outdoor jungle adventure and see exotic animals for free. For each adult full-price paid admission to the Zoo, two children ages 3 - 13 are free until September 4. 

“We want to make sure everyone gets a chance to take advantage of our Kids Free offer, so we extended it another week,” said Palm Beach Zoo president & CEO Margo McKnight. “Let’s get our children out in nature connecting with their families and the animal residents at the Zoo!”

The Zoo’s 23-tropical acre park is open each day from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Attendance has been strong since it reopened to the public on June 5, with enhanced cleaning, social distancing and safety protocols during Palm Beach County's COVID-19 Phase 1 reopening. Please note: Masks are required around the Fountain Plaza splash pad and when social distancing is not possible.

About Palm Beach Zoo:

For more than 50 years, Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society has provided visitors with up-close and personal animal encounters that connect people to wildlife. Palm Beach Zoo guests explore a WILD ecosystem thriving on 23 lush, tropical acres while discovering hundreds of exotic animals. Visitors enjoy interactive animal experiences, nature and water play, and a lakeside cafe. Palm Beach Zoo participates in AZA Species Survival Plan® programs, ensuring healthy animal populations for rare and endangered species. The impact of a visit to Palm Beach Zoo extends beyond the gates, inspiring people to take action and save wildlife in wild places. For more information, visit

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