Did the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo move?

Did the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo move?

Have You Heard the Latest News? If you haven’t heard by now, the New Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo has moved to its new location, only four miles away! It’s an enormous project – building a brand new zoo from scratch – and it hasn’t been done in the U.S. in more than 20 years!

How much does the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo cost?

+ What is the cost of admission? Adults (ages 13-54) are $19.95, seniors (55+) and military are $16.95, children (ages 3-12) are $14.95, and children 2 and under are free. Prices do not include tax.

Are zoos open in Alabama?

Open Daily from 9 AM to 4 PM We are closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day but observe regular business hours the day after the holiday.

Who owns Alabama Gulf Coast?

The Zoo Foundation Inc.
The Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo is operated by The Zoo Foundation Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and a 509(a)(2) charitable foundation under section 170, 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code, and is governed by a board of directors.

What are the animals at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo?

While often referred to as ambassadors of the animal kingdom, the role the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo animals play in our community is beyond measure. Every day we witness the awe and delight they bring to visitors who have never seen a lynx up close, taken a stroll with an African crane or touched an endangered lemur.

Is the Gulf Coast Zoo safe for children?

Our up-close and intimate Animal Encounters are unique educational opportunities to learn about some of our most gentle and fascinating animals in a safe, supervised environment. Appropriate for all ages, it’s a fun, foto-fantastic must-do at the zoo!

How much is admission to the Gulf Coast Zoo?

(last guests at 3:30 pm) Adults (13-54) $19.95 Seniors (55+) & Military $16.95 Children (3-12) $14.95 Children 2 and Under Free

Is the Gulf Coast zoo accredited by ZAA?

This will allow our staff to be on the stage, separated from the guests, and allow the guests to self-separate as they feel necessary on the lawn. Get ready for a wild adventure at the New Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo. This is the first ZAA-accredited U.S. zoo to be built from the ground up in more than 20 years.

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