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SPEND A DAY AT THE FORT WAYNE CHILDREN’S ZOO!

Hours, Details, and Parking

Hours

Season Ends October 31
9 am to 5 pm

Parking

All parking is free and is within an easy walk to the zoo entrance.

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Rentals & Accessibility

Single Stroller: $4.00
Double Stroller: $6.00
Wagon: $7.00
Wheelchair: FREE

$10.00 Deposit required, refunded when wheelchair is returned

What to know before you visit:

Face coverings are strongly recommended but are not required.

Help keep each other healthy and maintain 6 foot social distance between you and others.

Washing your hands regularly with soap and water.

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will continue to follow the leadership of the Allen County Department of Health, and adhere to the guidelines passed down to our community.


An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.

The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is making significant efforts to ensure a reasonably safe environment; however, the safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff cannot be guaranteed due to the nature of the pandemic.

Visitors who are 65 years of age or older, or individuals who are medically vulnerable to COVID-19 should ensure they take measures to be safe and not subject themselves to the risks this virus could pose.

By visiting the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

A YEAR OF FAMILY FUN!

Connect with your inner 'WILD' at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo

Our zoo is loaded with some of the planet’s most amazing residents. Discover what makes Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo one of Indiana’s top destinations for family fun.

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Wild Zoo Halloween

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Zoo Stories

September 24, 2021

From Ethyl to Edgar

From Ethyl to Edgar You might have noticed that Edgar the Marabou Stork isn’t behind the giraffe anymore. No, Edgar didn’t fly away nor is he hiding from you! This winged friend took a few steps over to his new home on the Savannah. Since he’s moving in wi ... Read More

From Ethyl to Edgar

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Peacock Café

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10 Steps Through The Australian Aviary

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