Create your own “stay-cation” during Winter Break!

Photo by Kelli O'Brien

Photo by Kelli O’Brien

The Seneca Park Zoo is the natural place to be! The Zoo opens at 10 a.m., and during our winter hours gates close at 3 p.m.; if on grounds, you may stay until 4 p.m. Bring guests and they will enjoy discounted winter admission rates, too.

Don’t forget that the Zoo is a wonderful activity for your family while kids are on break from school. Enjoy a beautiful mid-winter stroll and visit with our fascinating animals.

Remember to bring the membership gift certificate you received as a holiday gift with you on your next visit, or redeem it by mail today. Zoo memberships are valid for one full year from date of activation – it “pays” to be a Zoo member! Receive your permanent cards and be ready to visit on breaks now, this spring and later for the summer season. Starting April 1st through October 31st members may enter the Zoo at 9:30 am; that’s 30 minutes before non-members! Membership includes a variety of other benefits like Member Express Check-In, discounts at Eagle’s Landing Café or ZooShop, as well as discounts on Zoo classes and camps.

If a “travel-cation” is your preference during the February Winter Break, join the Zoo, redeem your gift certificate (or renew your current membership) today and take advantage of our reciprocal agreements. You’ll receive free or discounted admission at more than 170 other zoos and aquariums in North America.

Don’t be left out in the cold this winter! Visit the Zoo in February with friends and family, register for ZooCamp or take advantage of discounts at other facilities across the nation. You’ll be happy you did.

– Natalie Lipton, Visitor Services Manager


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