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Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden Admission Ticket

From US$18.00
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  • Ideal choice for families
  • All entrance fees included
  • Popular choice with kids
General Admission to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
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General Admission to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
US$18.00
Overview
Guarantee your entry to Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden — a National Historic Landmark and second-oldest zoo in the United States — by booking your admission ticket in advance. Your general entry pass covers access to exhibits containing more than 500 animal species, including red pandas, lions, and giraffes, making it a perfect choice for lovers of wildlife, Plus, in the botanical garden, you’ll be able to admire more than 3,000 plant species.
What to Expect
With your general admission ticket to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, you will have access to see hundreds of animal species and thousands of plant species.

Experience amazing exhibits, such as face-to-face encounters with meerkats with pop up bubbles that allow you to have up close views of these charismatic creatures. Ride the BB and T Express Train around an inner loop of the zoo.

You can also enjoy seasonal attractions such as Zoo Blooms, Zoo Babies, HallZOOween and more. Enjoy animal presentations throughout the day to learn about these amazing animals.

Don’t forget to stop by the Welcome Center in Vine Street Village to see daily updates about feeding times and other tips to make the most of the visit.
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Great zoo!

We took our 3 year old grandson to this zoo. It has a lot of good parking and is easy to get to. The zoo is well mapped out with plenty of unusual animals to see. After you pay the general admission, there are several...More

Thank Joy M
Reviewed 6 days ago
Hadn't been to the zoo since the early 1980's........what a treat!

Hadn't been to the zoo since the 1980's and Wow I was simply amazed. Botanical gardens & water falls-- so peaceful and it was such a cool day in the 60's, the animials were very active. We were blessed.

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wow!

The Cincinnati Zoo keeps getting better and better, and now rivals the best zoos I have been to anywhere in the US, including the San Diego zoo. The zoo does a great job of showing how important each and every animal on the planet is,...More

Thank Mary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Beautiful Zoo!

I really enjoyed my visit to this zoo. Definitely a great place to walk and get exercise. I recommend getting there when the zoo first opens as the animals are very active and it isn't as crowded. Also, if you are there to see Fiona...More

1  Thank Jennifer G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Mini Vacation

My wife and I made a day trip to the Cincinnati Zoo. We had a great time. Both of us hadn’t been to a zoo in many years. We got to see Fiona and Bibi which was exciting. The zoo had several indoor exhibits that...More

Thank Jarvis H
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Sue W
3 July 2018|
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Response from Susan T | Reviewed this property |
You would need to check with your hotel about a shuttle, but there is a terrific public transportation system in Cincinnati and I would be willing to bet you a hot fudge sundae that the Metro will have bus stops at/close to... More
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IndianaBarb1142
20 April 2018|
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Response from Susan T | Reviewed this property |
I am betting you have already been to the zoo and have figured this out for yourself, but if not, I would suggest you do a Google directions search from the hotel's address to the zoo. I have lived in the area for a short... More
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