Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

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Address: 1301 Summit Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Phone Number: 561-533-0887

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Days and Hours: Weekdays, 9am-5pm

Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is a great field trip destination with over 600 animals, many highly endangered. Our collection includes animals from tropical regions around the world. Our zoo keepers do 11 talks and shows daily (included in admission) bringing guests greater understanding of the issues that wildlife faces across our planet. Many of our paths are well shaded with tropical botanicals. Our habitat designs get guests amazingly close to the animals. There's also an interactive play fountain (and changing tents), a wildlife carousel and safari train. Plus, we have a snack window with outdoor seating overlooking Baker Lake and indoor seated service in the Tropics Cafe. Group rates are available, visit our website for details.

Grade Levels:
Group Type: School, scouts, etc.
Disabled Access:


Admission/Tickets: see website
Length of Visit: 2-3 hours typically
Student/Staff Ratio: contact our education department for details
Exhibits: Malayan tigers, howler monkeys, jaguar, Mexican spider monkeys, koala, giant anteater, Florida panther and many more
Gift Shop/Factory Outlet: gift shop

see website

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society) exists to inspire people to act on behalf of wildlife and the natural world.

We advance our conservation mission through endangered species propagation, education and support of conservation initiatives in the field.

Our commitment to sustainable business practices elevates our capacity to inspire others.

Facility History:

Evolved from a boutanical garden in a city park, the self-supported non-profit Palm Beach Zoo has been in existance since the late '60's and accredited by the AZA for nearly 25 years.

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