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Visit the Zoo
Whether you're planning a visit for your family, birthday party, or a corporate function we’ve got special zoo experiences you’ll go wild over.
Your Support Matters
With your support so we can continue to make your zoo a place for laughing, learning and exploring for keiki, kupuna and everyone in between.
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Mahalo for supporting the Honolulu Zoo. By becoming a member you're helping to support conservation efforts both here and around the world, enrichment for our animals, training for the Honolulu Zoo and Zoo Society staff, and so much more! Your kokua is greatly appreciated.
If you have further questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (808) 926-3191 ext. 153
Mahalo nui loa!
explore the zoo after the gates close
Ever wonder what the Zoo is like once the visitors leave and the gates close? Join us Saturday evenings to find out! Just as everyone else leaves the Zoo, you will be guided by educators on a two-hour walking tour to learn about and visit with some of the Zoo’s most intriguing animals. Watch some of our animals prepare to sleep, while others are just waking up. Learn about the animals’ biology and behavior, and the role that the Zoo plays in the conservation of our endangered species.
meet and greet
say aloha to our animals
Fairy bluebirds live in the forest crown and are gregarious fruit-eaters. They live in pairs or small troops and keep to the evergreen lowland forest.
The North African crested porcupine is nocturnal. They are very adaptable and can be found in forests, on plantations, in rocky or mountainous areas as well as in deserts.