Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

Top-rated attraction in West Palm Beach for up-close look at wild animals in natural settings.

One of the best zoos in Florida, the Palm Beach Zoo responsibly demonstrates its commitment to excellence in wildlife research and conservation by rescue, rehabilitation, and propagation. The Zoo is a 23-acre facility with more than 500 animals, including some of the world’s most endangered. The park is proud to be one of the few zoos in America that can provide their animals with outdoor housing year-round.

The Palm Beach Zoo is one of the top-rated attractions in West Palm Beach.

Plan your visit. The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is located at:
1301 Summit Blvd West Palm Beach, 33405
For general information call (561) 533-0887 or visit
Hours: 9 am – 5 pm; open 363 days a year, 364 on leap years!
Closing only for Christmas & Thanksgiving.


Free for members— Get a Membership Here
. Children under 3 – Free! | Children 3-12:
. Regular Adult Admission – $24.95 | Seniors (60+) – $22.95
(All active, reservist, and retired members of the military free admission [valid ID must be presented at the admissions booth]. Up to 3 military family members, direct dependents will receive a 50% discount when accompanied by their military hero.)

A day at the Zoo is like…

Animal Experiences

Palm Beach Zoo creates a natural atmosphere where the animals are at home and visitors get to feel what it is like to see them in their natural environments.

From ‘Date with Darla‘, a popular and personable Southern Ground Hornbill who enjoys lots of attention and close-ups, Koala-ty Experience, a unique chance to get close to Queensland koalas, to Aldabra-Cadabra Experience where feed and bathe (weather permitting) giant Aldabra Tortoise, to Sleepy Sloth Experience, a two-toed sloth who likes to be fed her grapes, participating in these animal encounters at the zoo will leave memorable experiences on everyone.

And an absolute must-do, the Flamingo Experience. Learn interesting fun facts from the keepers, walk with a flock of Chilean flamingos, feed them out of cups, and get up close to snap some great photos.

Find information about animal experiences at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society here.

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