Kick start 2022 with 2 for $22 Zoo Tickets
Words and Images Courtesy of the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk
Changes coming to the Zoo this February
NORFOLK, VA – Bring your bestie, baby or bae for this sweet admission discount for visits during the month of February. Beginning Tuesday, February 1, 2022, purchase two Zoo admissions for just $22, good through February 28, 2022. See the new baby giraffe, Mchanga or check-in on six-month old Mosi the rhino. Even though the temperatures may be low, many of the animals enjoy the cooler weather and can still be seen in their habitats.
Other changes are coming to the Zoo in February, which includes guests no longer needing to make advance reservations or have a timed entry. The Zoo originally required advance reservations after opening its doors from the three-month closure due to Covid-19. During its quietest time of the year, the decision was made to slowly ease back into the walk-up ticket purchases, although visitors can still purchase tickets in advance online for speedy entry. Tickets purchased online will be valid for the date purchased only and can be used anytime starting at 9:30 am until and 3 pm when the entry gates close. Advance reservations and timed ticketing for everyone, including Zoo members, may be used in the future during high traffic times or events like spring break, or the popular annual event, ZooBoo.
The Zoo will be permanently altering its hours to 9:30 am to 4 pm daily, only closing on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
More information regarding amenities, membership, upcoming events or to purchase tickets can be found at virginiazoo.org. Please note, February admission discount does not apply to single ticket purchases, special events and education programs. Visit the website for current admission pricing.
About the Virginia Zoo
The Virginia Zoo, located in Norfolk, Virginia, is home to more than 700 exceptional animals representing over 150 fascinating species. Founded in 1901 and residing on 53 beautifully landscaped acres, the Virginia Zoo has demonstrated a commitment to saving and protecting the world’s wildlife by inspiring a passion for nature and taking conservation action at home and around the world. The Virginia Zoo is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and is recognized as a global leader in education, recreation, science, wildlife conservation, and animal care and welfare. For more than a century, the Zoo has connected adults, families and school children with the natural world and its wildlife. To learn more, visit www.virginiazoo.org.