The Peoria Park District's mission focuses on supporting the health and wellness of those who live, work and play in our District. In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, the District continue to focus on this important work.
Reopening Peoria Zoo safely and successfully will require numerous modifications, careful observation and quick action if/when modifications are necessary.
When you arrive, please have your tickets ready to help us keep the line moving so you can get to the good part faster. Members, have your photo IDs and Member Cards ready. Thank you.
Spread the word... not germs. All visitors (and staff) over the age of two should wear face covering. Guests with preexisting health conditions unable to wear a mask/face covering for medical reasons are exempt. Guests are allowed to remove or lower their masks/face coverings when practicing good social distancing of 6 feet or more (an adult llama's length).
Please honor our one-way path around the Zoo. Stay on the path and don't cross any barriers. They're there to protect you, our staff and our animals too!
The Zoo will be open seven days a week and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets on-line through the zoo’s website; minimizing line time and providing contactless payment.
Thank you for your understanding.
Peoria Zoo is open for visitors. Reopening the zoo safely and successfully required numerous modifications. Peoria Park District Executive Director, Emily Cahill demonstrates what a trip to Peoria Zoo will look like for the next few weeks.
Adult (13 and over) : $10.50
Child (2 - 12) : $7.50
Child (1 and Under) : FREE
Senior (65+) : $9.50
Active Military : $9.50
We begin transferring animals to evening
(off exhibit) holding at 4:30 each night.