Second only to the San Diego Zoo, the Houston Zoo is the second most visited zoo in the United States. Over two million guests each year come to explore an incredible variety of animals and ecosystems that immerse visitors into an educational and fun experience.

The Houston Zoo offers truly unique experiences including animal encounters with giraffes, cheetahs, rhinos, and more as well as behind the scenes tours. As an added bonus, when you Explore Houston Like a Local this summer, you get 20% off Houston Zoo Value Passes.

Not only will you and your family have a great day visiting the Houston Zoo, you will also directly be contributing to saving wildlife around the world as a portion of every ticket goes toward the important conservation work of the zoo and its partners.

Photography provided by the Houston Zoo

The Houston Zoo supports conservation projects in more than 20 countries and these projects have led to an increase of 300 more lions in Mozambique and 110 additional gorillas in Rwanda, Africa– that’s truly incredible! The Houston Zoo and its partners are making tremendous strides in animal protection efforts and by visiting the zoo will help to continue to support their efforts.

During your visit, you can explore exhibits featuring the 900 species that live there but your children can also learn how through simple changes like recycling old cell phones and taking reusable bags to the grocery store can help save wildlife.

On your next visit to Houston be sure to check out the Houston Zoo, located in the heart of the city, and explore your wild side!]

The Houston Zoo supports conservation projects in more than 20 countries and these projects have led to an increase of 300 more lions in Mozambique and 110 additional gorillas in Rwanda, Africa– that’s truly incredible! The Houston Zoo and its partners are making tremendous strides in animal protection efforts and by visiting the zoo will help to continue to support their efforts.

During your visit, you can explore exhibits featuring the 900 species that live there but your children can also learn how through simple changes like recycling old cell phones and taking reusable bags to the grocery store can help save wildlife.

On your next visit to Houston be sure to check out the Houston Zoo, located in the heart of the city, and explore your wild side!

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