Lincoln Children’s Zoo reopens with Wildlife Walk on June 1

The health and safety of our community, staff and animals is of the utmost concern here at Lincoln Children's Zoo.
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The following information is on the Lincoln Children’s Zoo website:

The health and safety of our community, staff and animals is of the utmost concern here at Lincoln Children’s Zoo. During the last few weeks our team has been diligently preparing for the day we can safely welcome guests back. We are excited to take the first step towards that future as we introduce Wildlife Walk. This adventure will take guests on a one-way route throughout the Zoo to see many beloved animals.

While we are thrilled to open the gates of the Zoo once again, we do so with a sense of responsibility and caution. Tickets for Wildlife Walk must be purchased in advance and will be for timed-entry. Tickets will not be available for purchase at the gates. A limited number of guests will be admitted into the Zoo every 15 minutes to allow for adequate space to safely explore the Zoo.

We understand that things may feel a bit different right now but here at the Zoo we hope you will find a respite from it all and a bit of comfort rediscovering the place you know and love. The incredible connection between humans and animals is one that can not easily be broken. Although it’s been some time since we’ve been together, we’ve saved a place for you, here at your Lincoln Children’s Zoo.

The Zoo will be open for Wildlife Walk beginning June 1st.

Tickets for Wildlife Walk will be available for non-members to purchase beginning May 29th.  

During this time, the Zoo will offer extended hours from 9 am to 7 pm so that guests may have adequate time to explore the Zoo.

The last available ticket reservations will be available at 5:45 each day. 

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