How long does it take to go through the Zoo and Aquarium
A: We recommend at least 4 - 5 hours to see everything.
Can we bring in food and/or coolers?
A: No, we do not allow outside food or coolers to be brought into the Zoo and Aquarium.
You are welcome to hand carry in something to drink.
What am I NOT allowed to bring into the Zoo and aquarium?
A: Prohibited items include alcohol, glass, balloons, balls, Frisbees, radios, whistles, musical instruments and other sound-producing devices that may disturb our animals or other guests, hoverboards, pushed tricycles, Hula Hoops, Skip-Its, skateboards, scooters, smart trikes, roller blades, bikes, roller skates, rip-sticks, Segways.
Is our ticket good for more than 1 day?
A: Your ticket is only good for 1 day. You are welcome to get a re-entry hand stamp in the Giftshop for a same-day return.
Do your hours vary during the year?
A: No, we are open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. for the Zoo and until 7 p.m. for the Aquarium year-round.
Can Members come in earlier than 9 a.m.?
A: No, all visitors may enter at 9 a.m.
Do Members get a discount at the rides or cafes?
A: No, the rides and cafes are not discounted. Members do get a 10% discount in the Giftshops.
Is smoking allowed?
A: We want our guests to enjoy a wonderful day exploring our park without the discomforts and health hazards of tobacco smoke. As a smoke-free property, Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park respects the health of guests, staff, and animals. We ask that all guests abide by this rule and refrain from smoking while on our premises. This includes cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, mini-cigars, pipes, water pipes, hookah, shisha, and cannabis. It also includes the use of electronic smoking devices which create an aerosol or vapor, in any manner or in any form.
Are pets allowed?
A: Pets and other animals whose sole function is to provide comfort, companionship or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the Americans With Disabilities Act and Arizona state law. Pets and emotional support dogs are not permitted. Trained and vaccinated service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are permitted with visitors with disabilities. When a guest brings a service animal to the Zoo, we will review the Service Animal Rules with the guest.
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