- 1 Is Como zoo open Covid?
- 2 How much does it cost to go to the Como zoo?
- 3 Is Como zoo Open 2021?
- 4 Do you have to wear masks at Como zoo?
- 5 What is the biggest zoo in Minnesota?
- 6 Is Como Zoo ethical?
- 7 Do you need tickets for Como Zoo?
- 8 Can you smoke at the Como Zoo?
- 9 Does the Minnesota Zoo have dolphins?
- 10 Do you need a reservation for Como town?
- 11 Is there elephants at Como zoo?
- 12 Is Como zoo outside?
- 13 Can you feed giraffes at Como Zoo?
- 14 Is Como Zoo open in the winter?
Is Como zoo open Covid?
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory is open everyday from 10am – 6pm through September 30th. From October 1st through March 31 we will be open everyday, 10am – 4pm. You will enter through the gate near the Cafesjian Carousel and Como Town. Due to physical distancing guidelines we are currently limiting capacity.
How much does it cost to go to the Como zoo?
Is there a cost to reserve a time? No. Como Park Zoo & Conservatory is admission free. We do ask for a voluntary donation of $4 for adults and $2 for children which enable us to care for Como’s plant and animal collections.
Is Como zoo Open 2021?
Como Park Zoo & Conservatory is open everyday from 10am – 6pm through September 30. From October 1st through March 31st we will be open everyday, 10am – 4pm.
Do you have to wear masks at Como zoo?
For the safety of our staff, animals, and guests we are requiring all persons to wear face coverings/masks while indoors at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory. Please keep your mask on (covering the mouth and nose) for the duration of your visit. *For more information, please click HERE to visit our FAQ page.
What is the biggest zoo in Minnesota?
Minnesota Zoo (Apple Valley, MN) A crowd-pleasing favorite that’s always worth visiting, the Minnesota Zoo is the largest zoo in the upper Midwest with over 2,400 animals representing over 400 species.
Is Como Zoo ethical?
Paul’s Como Zoo and Conservatory has received national accreditation again from the international Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The accreditation is a huge deal for the zoo, and must be renewed every five years, said Matt Reinartz of the Como staff.
Do you need tickets for Como Zoo?
Admission. Free. A voluntary donation of $4 for an adult and $2 for a child to help us care for our plants and animals is appreciated. You are always welcome whether or not you choose to make a donation.
Can you smoke at the Como Zoo?
There is no smoking allowed on the grounds or in any buildings of Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.
Does the Minnesota Zoo have dolphins?
Dolphins have been part of the state zoo since it opened in 1978, and the animals are still a big draw for kids like Dana and her friends.
Do you need a reservation for Como town?
Are reservations currently required? No – Beginning Thursday, June 24th, 2021 Como Town will be relaxing its reservation policy and returning to onsite or pre-order purchase of wristbands.
Is there elephants at Como zoo?
Nine of the 10 most popular zoo species are found at Como (only elephants are missing) and if you have kids, or ever were a kid, you know that Como is a family tradition for thousands of Minnesotans. “If you go to the Minnesota Zoo, you might see three kinds of buffaloes, and that rings the bell too, sometimes.
Is Como zoo outside?
Como Park has many picnic areas and playgrounds to add to the fun or visit Como Town Amusement Park. Most of the zoo is outdoors, so you will want to dress appropriately for the weather, but there are several buildings particularly for species that do not naturally live in our Minnesota climate.
Can you feed giraffes at Como Zoo?
Get closer than ever to the gentle giants of Como Zoo! The Feeding Station features a gated feeding area where visitors can purchase a leaf of romaine lettuce browse for $5 to feed the giraffe. There is also a separate, non-gated deck for viewing and photography.
Is Como Zoo open in the winter?
Not many people think to visit zoos in the winter. But both our zoos, Como Zoo & Conservatory and Minnesota Zoo, are open year-round and offer indoor exhibits when you want to step out of the cold. It’s a perfect family friendly activity when you’re experiencing a touch of cabin fever.