The “Growing Wild” theme celebrates children, plants, and animals growing up together in this magical place we call the Honolulu Zoo. Saturday, November 21, 2015 at the Waialae Country Club.
It continues to pour so they asked for more...
The Zoo staff have been so happy with our all-volunteer-constructed rain shelters that they asked for 10 more units!
HELP OUR RINGED-TAILED LEMURS...
... and get a lemur of your own!
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Welcome to the Honolulu Zoo
The Honolulu Zoo is Located between the slopes of Diamond Head and Waikiki at the corner of Kapahulu Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue and is open 9:00 am to 4:30 pm daily. We are open every day except Christmas Day. Plan your visit at the Honolulu Zoo.
General Admission: Adults 13 & over - $14.00, Children 3-12 years: $6.00
Kama‘aina/U.S. military*: Adults 13 & over - $8.00, Children 3-12 years - $4.00
* I.D. required for kama‘aina/U.S. military rates.
Memberships are available for families starting at $40 a year. More information on memberships.
The Zoo is 42 acres and home to 905 different animals from the tropics. Komodo Dragons, orang-utans, elephants, primates, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and a variety of African animals can be seen daily. Be sure to see the wildest place in Waikiki! Map of the Honolulu Zoo.
A day at the zoo is never dull! Join us for an extraordinary event... And take home fun knowledge about life at the zoo! Learn about our Education Programs. You can also view our online calendar of schedules programs and events at .
Thank you to our generous community partners
Honolulu Zoo Mission
The mission of the Honolulu Zoo is to inspire the stewardship of our living world by providing meaningful experiences to our guests. The Zoo emphasizes Pacific Tropical ecosystems and our traditional values of malama (caring) and ho’okipa (hospitality).
Honolulu Zoo Society Mission
The Honolulu Zoological Society’s mission is to foster an appreciation of our living world by supporting and advocating environmental education, recreation, biological study and conservation activities at the Honolulu Zoo.
In this issue: Pioneering Birds, No Chuffs About It, Conservation Fund Zoo and Zoo Camp.
View the ZooView PDF here.