Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates:

Gov. Kay Ivey announced a stay-at-home order on April 3, 2020 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Curfew in effect for Montgomery and Pike Road every night from 10 p.m. – 5 a.m. until further notice.  The purpose of the curfew is to prevent social gatherings in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Learn More  |  City Twitter Feed  |  Text Alerts  |  COVID-19 En Espanol   |  Statewide Stay at Home Order


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    Zoo CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC until further notice

    With great care and concern for both our guests and staff, and following the guidelines set forth by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC until further notice to help prevent the spread of the Corona virus. For updates, please contact the Zoo office at (334) 625-4900. Thank you for your cooperation. Read More

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    Thank you to all our first responders

    National Police, Fire, EMS, Nurse Appreciation Month, May 1-31. A big thank you to all our local and national Police, Fire, EMS, and Nursing professionals. With much gratitude and appreciation of your dedicated and loyal service to our community and its citizens, please enjoy a discounted admission to the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum during the entire month of May. All members of a Police, Fire, EMS, or Nursing unit receive a 50% discount off regular daytime admission to the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum during the entire month of May. To obtain your discount, please provide service ID for verification at the Admissions window as you check in. Read More

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    Make summer vacation a wildlife adventure that you will never forget. Join kids of similar ages and interests for a fun-packed, educational experience themed around the animals of our planet. See daily live animal presentations; get up close and personal with some of the Educational animals at the Montgomery Zoo; enjoy scavenger hunts; craft time; classroom time; playtime, splash time, and games at our playground; train, Stingay Bay, and sky lift rides; participate in animal encounters with the giraffes, river otters, parakeets and our collection of petting zoo animals; see behind the scene tours and visits with our zookeepers, and other staff members. Read More

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    Conservation starts with education.

    Conservation starts with education, and grows with a passion to create change. When people hear the word conservation, most tend to think of something way bigger than themselves. They lean towards the “what could I possibly do to help” to allowing larger organizations with more influence and power lead the way. When actually, it is quite the opposite. Everyone can contribute. Everyone can help. Everyone can make an impact. As a zoological facility, one of our main mission points is to protect the well-being and stability of all animal species; especially those that are endangered or threatened. Read More