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Phoenix Zoo

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455 N. Galvin Parkway Papago Park
Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: 602 273-1341
Fax: 602 286-3809

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More than 1,300 animals, exhibited throughout five unique trails. Open every day 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer hours (Jun.-Sep.) are weekdays 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and weekends 7 a.m.-4 p.m. The Phoenix Zoo offers unique event venues indoors and out and customized group events for 25-5,000+. Visitors will enjoy daily up close animal encounters, keeper talks and a variety of retail and food venues.

Check the Zoo's website often for updates on special events, daily programs and other activities such as Night Camp and Camp Zoo.

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  • Distance from Downtown Phoenix (in miles): 8
  • Distance from Sky Harbor International Airport (in miles): 4


  1. Boo! at the Zoo

    Date: -

    The Phoenix Zoo’s annual Boo! at the Zoo event has been a fun family tradition for Phoenix area families for over 20 years! Spend a fun-filled weekend with the zoo as they celebrate Halloween all week long. There will be games, music, pumpkin patches, scarecrow straw maze, dancing and plenty of treats for kids and animals alike! Boo at the Zoo is geared for children age 7 and under.

  2. Howl-O-Ween at the Phoenix Zoo

    Date: -

    Haunted attractions include zombies, witches, vampires and other frightening characters hiding around every corner. Sneak through the Fields of Fear and be careful not to awaken what is lurking inside. Test your luck against the creepy clowns of the Monster Midway and dare to enter the Vampire Manor. Enjoy other haunted activities, DJ music and much more. This event is recommended for ages 8 and up

  3. ZooLights

    Date: -

    When the sun goes down and the animals go to sleep, the Phoenix Zoo magically transforms into one of the largest holiday lighting events in the Southwest with 3.7 million lights and more than 700 light displays.