Calgary Zoo, situated in Calgary, is a prominent leader in environmental conservation in Canada. Its mission is to encourage action to preserve wildlife and their habitats, both locally and globally. The zoo is operated by the Calgary Zoological Society, an independent not-for-profit organization and Alberta's oldest registered charity. With an impressive collection of over 1,000 animals belonging to 272 diverse species, the zoo attracts more than 97,000 visitors each year. It has gained international recognition for its contributions to biodiversity regeneration and reintroduction. Divided into three zones, namely Aspen Woodlands, the Northern Forest, and the Rocky Mountains, the zoo provides outdoor enclosures for its inhabitants. Notably, children under the age of 3 enjoy free admission, and visitors can make purchases throughout the Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo using zoo gift cards, including food and admission.
• Prehistoric Park
• Exceptional Visitor Experience
• Botanical Gardens.
Senior (60+): $32.95
Child/Youth (3-15): $24.95