The Montgomery Zoo is also the location of the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum. The Mann Wildlife Learning Museum offers many exhibits that guests are encouraged to touch and feel. Some of the animal exhibits are deer, bear, skunk, grouse mountain mammals and pheasant. The museum also has fossils of a Sabertooth Tiger, Wooly Mammoth tusks and more.
Where to Find Montgomery Zoo Coupons & Discounts?
If you are interested in seeing the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum, you can buy a combo ticket that saves two dollars off the price of admission separately.
Persons in the military are offered a discount on zoo prices.
Group rates are available with groups of 20 or more paying guests. Reservations are needed two weeks ahead of time.
Local newspapers and fliers may offer clippable coupons for the Montgomery Zoo.
If you plan on going to the Montgomery Zoo ofter or in conjuction with other zoos, you may want to look into a membership. A membership to the Montgomery Zoo offers unlimited free admision to the Montgomery Zoo all year and free or discounted admissions to other zoos in the U.S. and Canada. They range in price from $35 to $80 as of 2011. The zoo also offers additional passes for the Mann Museum and a combo pass. In addition, guests can get an annual train ride pass for $25.
The zoo has a page on both Facebook and Twitter. Special activities as well as any zoo deals can be found on these.
Most Montgomery Zoo coupons, discounts, deals and specials are for a limited time and have an expiration date.
Montgomery Zoo Details
The zoo opens most days at 9:00am and closes at 5:30pm. It is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Special events often have extended hours.
Regular ticket prices for the zoo are: Adults $12, Children $8, Seniors $10, 2 and younger are free.
The zoo offers some activities that cost extra. Among those are the Animal Encounter such as feeding the river otters for fifty cents, a train ride and horse rides, which cost a few dollars.
The Montgomery Zoo allows picnics and outside food in all areas of the Zoo except the Overlook. The zoo has shelters available but guests may also use grassy areas, benches, tent areas and the playground as a picnic area. No food or drink is permitted in the Mann Museum.
The feeding of the penguins at the Montgomery Zoo in Alabama.
The Montgomery Zoo has over 40 acres of land and is home to over 500 animals from five continents. The animal's habitats are natural and barrier-free. The Alabama zoo is divided into five realms called South America, Africa, Australia, North America and Asia. Some of the endangered animals that call the Montgomery Zoo home are the Andean Condor, Sumatran Tiger, Cheetah, Maned Wolf, Ocelot, Black-footed penguins and Bontebok.