The Los Angeles Zoo Will Require Reservations Again To Enter!

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Starting tomorrow (1/15), the Los Angeles Zoo will once again require advanced online reservations to enter. When you make a reservation, guests will be required to select only the day on which they will visit. Officials explained that even though timed entries are not in effect, daily capacity will be limited. Reservations can be made online and tickets will be sent via email. Keep in mind that the last entry to the zoo is at 3:45 p.m. daily. Walk up ticket sales are not recommended and will no longer be guaranteed. The purpose of the reservation system is to ensure “the safety of our animals, guests, and staff."

Along with the reservation system, all visitors 12 and older are required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test taken within 72 hours of entering the zoo. Face coverings are also required for all visitors 2 and older at indoor and enclosed settings, including the amphibians, invertebrates and reptiles exhibit, food service locations, restrooms, and the shuttle. Guests who are not fully vaccinated are recommended to wear face coverings outside as well.

You can find more information by visiting the zoo’s“know before you go” page.

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