Alabama Zoos

Alabama Zoos and Aquariums

The Birmingham Zoo

At the main zoo, you will find Bird Aviaries, Alligator Swamp, Cassowary Exhibit, camel rides that are available during summer and spring seasons only, Lorikeet Interactive Feeding and Observation Aviary, Flamingo Lagoon, Macaw Plaza, Predator Zoon, Predator Building, Primate Building, Secretary Birds, Reptile Building, Sea Lions and Red Diamond Sea Lion Splash Show, Tortoise Yard, Wildlife Stage and Waterfowl Ponds.

Other Activities and Facilities
Aside from the main zoo exhibits, other things and activities that you can try at the Birmingham Zoo include the carousel, pelican feeding, lorikeet feeding, Kudzoo Café, Primary Giftshop, Safari Café, Sea Lion Splash Show, Safari Peak Pavilion, Wildlife Show and Tiki Hut Giftshop.

Admission tickets  are non-refundable but are date-transferable up to one year after the purchase date. Zoo Discounts cannot be combined with any additional coupons, specials, or offers. Reciprocal Zoo discounts are available onsite at the ticket booth.

Adults – $19.95

Children 2 – 12 years old – $15.95

Senior Citizens 65 years+ – $16.95

Military (Active duty only- must show military ID)- $14*
*Plus tax

Member Adult -$19.95

Member- Child (ages 2-17)-$15.95

Infant- Free

Zoo hours:
9am to 5pm: Monday/Friday
9am to 7pm: Saturday/Sunday
Christmas Eve hours: 9am to 1pm
The Zoo is closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

For information, please contact Group reservations,
at (205) 879-0409.

Visit there website here for more information.

Montgomery Zoo & Mann Wildlife Learning Museum

If you have not been to the Zoo for a while, you’re missing out the educational and fun-packed adventure. The residents in the zoo include over five hundred animals from 5 different continents, all housed in barrier-free, natural habitats. Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum also spans over forty beautifully landscape acres, providing you a magnificent view of endangered and exotic wildlife species. With a ride on miniature train or leisurely stroll, this zoo is no doubt a sight to see.

From the amazing habitats of new African elephants to zebras and lions, Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum is a place where you always want to be, especially if you are an animal lover and want to know more about the Animal Kingdom. The best thing it is that there are several things on this zoo that you won’t experience with some. One of these is its Overlook Café, which is surrounded by animals, providing a unique view.

Hours of operation
Open daily, 7 days per week*
9am – 5:30pm** ***
*Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas
Day (the zoo will open Christmas night
during Christmas Lights Festival) and
New Year’s Day.

Adults (13 years old or older):  $18
Children (3 – 12 years of age):  $14
Toddlers (2 years old or younger): FREE
Seniors (65 years old or older):  $16
AAA and Military Adult:  $17
AAA and Military Children: $13

** Last ticket is sold and animal exhibits
begin closing at 4:30pm daily.

Visit there website here for current admission prices.

The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo,

The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo opened in June 1989 as Zooland Animal Park. The zoo was founded as a private enterprise by Joey Ward of Gulf Shores. In 1991, the Ward family created the Zoo Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation, and donated the 17 acres of prime real estate that makes up the zoo today. Three years later, the Ward family and the Erie Meyer Foundation graciously donated an additional 13 acres, which are still undeveloped.

Wide pathways throughout the park offer close up views of over 500 exotic animals including: lions, tigers, bears, primates, leopards, wolves, and more! Visit the reptile house, petting zoo, and aviary. There is a shaded picnic area, gift shop and seasonal concessions. We are open year round with seasonal animal encounters, animal shows and keeper talks.

The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo relies solely on admissions, memberships and contributions to remain in business. The local community and businesses have been generous in donating money, building supplies and services in years past. Substantial on-going funding through sponsorships, grants, and endowments from major corporations did not exist before 1998. These additional sources of revenue are now being actively pursued to ensure the zoo’s longevity.

Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., taking our last guests at 3:30 p.m.

Adults (13-54) $22.95 (plus tax)
Seniors (55+) $19.95 (plus tax)
Children (3-12) $14.95 (plus tax)
Children 2 and Under Free

Visit there website here for complete details