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  2. Your Dallas Zoo’s Wild Earth Action Team is on a mission to assist our amazing bat conservation partner, Bat Conservation International. Join us in San Antonio get ready for an active day full of conservation pr ojects, cave tours, and wildlife viewing!

  3. Plan Your Visit | Dallas Zoo

    With 106 acres to explore, thousands of animals to visit, and a huge variety of family activities, the Dallas Zoo is full of opportunities. Buy Tickets All guests, including Dallas Zoo Members, are required to reserve tickets online prior to visiting.

  4. Buy Tickets | Dallas Zoo

    Dallas Zoo Members Join at the Patron level or above for 10% off a year of premium benefits including free animal feedings, unlimited carousel and mini-train rides, and free admission to special exhibits like Destination: Dinosaurs Presented by Reliant!

  5. The Dallas Zoo is owned by the City of Dallas and managed by Dallas Zoo Management Inc., a 501 (c)3, non-profit organization. From the African savanna to the South American rain forests to the Outback of Australia, the Dallas Zoo offers an exciting journey through wildlife habitats around the world!

  6. General Information | Dallas Zoo

    We are located at 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway in Dallas. Via car: Exit at Marsalis Avenue from Interstate 35E. Our main entrance is located by the tall giraffe statue, on the northbound access road of I-35E. Via DART: Take the DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) RED LINE to the Dallas Zoo Station.

  7. Membership | Dallas Zoo

    These levels of membership provide invaluable support and essential funding that allows your Dallas Zoo to continue its important work as a leader in local and global conservation and zoological excellence.

  8. Getting to the Zoo | Dallas Zoo

    The Zoo is located three miles south of downtown Dallas, on the I-35 frontage road between Marsalis Ave. and Ewing Ave. Location 650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway (I-35E)

  9. Calendar | Dallas Zoo

    Learn More. Saturday, Apr 1 2023. Members are invited to exclusive mornings at the Zoo!

  10. Programs and Events | Dallas Zoo

    Bring this exciting wildlife program to your school or workplace! This 45-minute program features animals from around the world. Animal Adventures is designed for ages 5 and up and for most audience sizes. Each program will feature 6-7 ambassador animals, including a variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Learn More.

  11. You searched for animals | Dallas Zoo

    Your symbolic adoption helps the Dallas Zoo provide top-notch care for our animal family and supports our vision of Creating a Better World for Animals. Available animals: African elephant African lion African penguin Caribbean flamingo Nile hippopotamus Reticulated giraffe Sumatran […] Read More.