How Much Does It Cost To Go To Tampa Zoo?

How much is parking at Tampa Zoo?

Parking at ZooTampa is free for all guests.

How long does it take to see everything at Tampa Zoo?

You’ll need at least 3-4 hours to explore Lowry Park’s magical menagerie and make the most of your ZooTampa tickets. This will allow you enough time to visit the various zones and see all your favourite animals.

Are the rides free in Tampa Zoo?

Rides are included with admission, no extra cost!

Is there a senior discount at Tampa Zoo?

Active duty military and veterans with a valid ID can get $4 off per ticket on up to four tickets. ZooTampa does not offer ticket discounts for seniors and students. Note: Tickets are $3 costlier at the zoo’s ticket counters.

Does Tampa Zoo require masks?

Guests are required to wear masks at our limited indoor venues which include, retail shops, restrooms, restaurants (except while seated for dining) and Manatee Mangrove.

Do you have to wear a mask at the Tampa Zoo?

Updated 11/20 Guests are currently required to wear a mask when indoors or at a signature animal experience.

Does Tampa Zoo have an aquarium?

The Florida Aquarium gets you immersed in different zones, all designed to show you something new. From glimpsing rare seahorses and stroking stingrays to learning about our endangered oceanic friends, each exhibit is an educational dive into our oceans.

What rides do they have at Tampa Zoo?

The Carousel. Round and round you go on this colorful carousel! Boomer’s Flyin’ Bananas. At Boomer’s Flyin’ Bananas in Wallaroo Station, kids can soar high in their own flying banana! Overland Express Train. Tasmanian Tiger Coaster.

How much is parking at Florida Aquarium?

Yes, there is a parking lot beside the Aquarium. You do have to pay a small fee for parking, $6.00. This parking is very convenient to the facility and is where we parked both times that we have been there. Visit their website for more info.

How long does it take to walk through the Tampa aquarium?

For adults, at least 2 hours. With kids under 12, maybe a bit longer but include a refreshment break. In part it would depend on how familiar you are with aquarium displays. For the first time visitor to any aquarium anywhere, 2 – 3 hours is reasonable.