There’s still time to take advantage of kid’s free admission at the San Francisco Zoo. Children ages 4–14 are admitted free during the month of August when accompanied by a paying adult. Limit four children for each paying adult. As a bonus during the promotion, kids receive a free activity book filled with fun facts and games including a scavenger hunt to discover more about the zoo’s amazing animals.
The San Francisco Zoo is Northern California’s largest zoological park and conservation center. Located next to the Pacific Ocean, it’s home to an extensive botanical collection and 250 different animal species, many of which are highly endangered.
The zoo is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closes at 4 p.m. Nov. 6 - Mar. 12). Admission is $15 adults, $12 seniors 65+, $9 children ages 4-14, free for children ages 3 and under. If you’re a San Francisco resident, admission to the zoo is free the first Wednesday of every month and discounted at other times. Valid proof of San Francisco residency must be shown. Parking is $8 (free along Sloat Blvd).
Unable to get to the zoo in August? Here’s a coupon for one free child admission with one paid adult admission valid until December 31, 2010.
More Information: San Francisco Zoo
Location: Sloat Boulevard at the Great Highway