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Free Palm Beach Zoo admission for kids

 Palm Beach Zoo is offering free admission for kids 12 and younger. 

This offer is valid in September 2022 for youngsters accompanied by a paying adult — with a limit of two free child admissions per full-price adult ticket. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Kids under 3 are always free.

Normally, admission to the Palm Beach Zoo is $27.75 for adults, $25.75 for seniors 60 and older, $21.75 for kids 3-12 and free for kids under 3, so this is quite the savings.

Other Palm Beach Zoo discounts and coupons:

  • Palm Beach Zoo members are always free.
  • The Zoo sometimes has coupons on its Facebook page. Coupon policy information is here.
  • Blue Star Military families get free admission from May 21 to Sept. 5, 2022. Details here.
  • School, nonprofit and community groups are eligible for reduced admission prices. Find details here.

As Palm Beach County’s top-rated zoological experience, the zoo is home to hundreds of animals and 190 species, many of them endangered.

The Palm Beach Zoo is located at 301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach; (561) 547-9453. Parking is free.


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