Reciprocal Zoos

Your Zoo Membership is a great value at home and when you travel! Use your Membership Travel Card to receive discounted admission to more than 140 zoos throughout North America.

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Show your Membership Card and a valid picture ID to receive the reduced admission rate when you visit participating zoos. Please note:

  • Every zoo varies in how it will honor your membership, and zoos can change their admission policies at any time. Some zoos limit the number of family members admitted at the discounted rate. If you are planning to visit one of the zoos or aquariums listed below, please contact that facility in advance to verify their admission policy for members of the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo.
  • Some zoos are closed for part of the year.
  • Many zoos offer discounts on gift shop purchases, parking, or concessions. Be sure to ask.
  • Carry your Fort Wayne Zoological Society Membership Travel Card whenever you travel.

If you have additional questions, please call our Membership Coordinator at 260-427-6827.

Participating Zoos

These zoos offer discounted admission to Fort Wayne Zoological Society Members. The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo offers 50% off admission to members of these institutions.

Birmingham Zoo

Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward

Phoenix Zoo
Reid Park Zoo, Tucson

Little Rock Zoo

Aquarium of the Bay, San Francisco
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Charles Paddock Zoo, Atascadero
CuriOdyssey, San Mateo
Happy Hollow Zoo, San Jose
The Living Desert Zoo, Palm Desert
Los Angeles Zoo
Oakland Zoo
Sacramento Zoo
San Francisco Zoo
Santa Ana Zoo
Santa Barbara Zoo
Sequoia Park Zoo, Eureka

Pueblo Zoo

Beardsley Zoo, Bridgeport

Brandywine Zoo, Wilmington

Brevard Zoo, Melbourne
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, Sanford
Jacksonville Zoo
Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa
Zoo Miami
Mote Marine Aquarium, Sarasota
Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach
The Florida Aquarium, Tampa

Chehaw Wild Animal Park, Albany
Zoo Atlanta

Tautphaus Park Zoo, Idaho Falls
Zoo Boise

Cosley Zoo, Wheaton
Henson Robinson Zoo, Springfield
Miller Park Zoo, Bloomington
Peoria Zoo
Scovill Zoo, Decatur

Mesker Park Zoo, Evansville
Potawatomi Zoo, South Bend

Blank Park Zoo, Des Moines
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, Dubuque

Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure, Salina
Sedgwick County Zoo, Wichita
Sunset Zoo, Manhattan
Topeka Zoo

Louisville Zoo

Alexandria Zoological Park
BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo

Maryland Zoo, Baltimore

Buttonwood Park Zoo, New Bedford
Capron Park Zoo, Attleboro
Franklin Park Zoo (Zoo New England), Boston
Museum of Science, Boston
Stone Zoo, Stoneham

Binder Park Zoo, Battle Creek
Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square, Saginaw
Detroit Zoo
John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids
Potter Park Zoo, Lansing

Lake Superior Zoo, Duluth
Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley

Jackson Zoo

Dickerson Park Zoo, Springfield
Kansas City Zoo
Endangered Wolf Center, Eureka

Lincoln Children’s Zoo
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
Riverside Zoo, Scottsbluff

New Hampshire
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Holderness

New Jersey
Bergen County Zoo, Paramus
Turtle Back Zoo, West Orange

New Mexico
Alameda Park Zoo, Alamogordo
Albuquerque Biological Park
Albuquerque Aquarium
Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Albuquerque
Rio Grande Zoo, Albuquerque
Living Desert Zoo, Carlsbad

New York
Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park
Buffalo Zoo
Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Syracuse
Seneca Park Zoo, Rochester
Staten Island Zoo
Trevor Zoo, Millbrook

North Carolina
Natural Science Center of Greensboro
North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, Kure Beach
North Carolina Aquarium of Pine Knoll Shores, Atlantic Beach
North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island, Manteo
North Carolina Zoo, Asheboro
Western North Carolina Nature Center, Asheville

North Dakota
Chahinkapa Zoo, Wahpeton
Dakota Zoo, Bismarck
Red River Zoo, Fargo
Roosevelt Park Zoo, Minot

African Safari Wildlife Park, Port Clinton
Akron Zoo
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Dayton
Cincinnati Zoo
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Toledo Zoo
The Wilds, Cumberland

Oklahoma City Zoo
Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

Oregon Zoo, Winston
Wildlife Safari, Winston

Elmwood Park Zoo, Norristown
Erie Zoo
Lehigh Valley Zoo, Schnecksville
National Aviary, Pittsburgh
Philadelphia Zoo
Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium

Rhode Island
Roger Williams Park Zoo

South Carolina
Greenville Zoo
Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, Columbia

South Dakota
Bramble Park Zoo, Watertown
Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History, Sioux Falls

Chattanooga Zoo
Knoxville Zoo
Memphis Zoo
Nashville Zoo

Abilene Zoo
Caldwell Zoo, Tyler
Cameron Park Zoo, Waco
Dallas Zoo and Aquarium
El Paso Zoo
Ellen Trout Zoo, Lufkin
Gladys Porter Zoo, Brownsville
Houston Zoo
San Antonio Zoo
Texas State Aquarium, Corpus Christi

Hogle Zoo, Salt Lake City
Tracy Aviary, Salt Lake City

Mill Mountain Zoo, Roanoke
Virginia Zoo, Norfolk

Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Tacoma|
Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle

West Virginia
Oglebay’s Good Zoo, Wheeling

International Crane Foundation, Baraboo
Milwaukee County Zoo
The NEW Zoo, Green Bay
Racine Zoo

Granby Zoo, Quebec

Parque Zoologico de Leon, Leon (website is in Spanish)

Publicly-Supported Zoos That Never Charge Admission

As a courtesy, “free” zoos that never charge admission to the public are listed below. You do not need to present your Membership Card for free admission to these zoos. The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo does not offer free reciprocal admission to members of these institutions.

  • Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, San Pedro, California
  • Lemur Conservation Foundation, Myakka, Florida
  • Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, Illinois
  • David Traylor Zoo of Emporia, Emporia, Kansas
  • Hutchinson Zoo, Hutchinson, Kansas
  • Lee Richardson Zoo, Garden City, Kansas
  • Salisbury Zoo, Maryland
  • Como Park Zoo, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • St. Louis Zoo, Missouri
  • Cape May County Park & Zoo, New Jersey
  • National Zoo, Washington, D.C.
  • Henry Vilas Zoo, Madison, Wisconsin