The Amarillo Zoo was established in 1955. It is a perfect spot to share the wonders of the animal world with children of all ages. The zoo is designed for entertainment and discovery, and it will provide a lifetime of memories. It comprised about 25 barnyard animals and occupied an area of 2.5 acres. The exhibit themes included Willie the Whale, Mouse Town, Indian Teepee, & Three Men in a Tub. The "Mountain" was the original main entrance featured the Seven Dwarfs Mine. Amarillo Zoo is pleased to offer a range of entertaining and educational on-site or off-site programs for students to boost science literacy, link curriculum to state standards, reinforce concepts taught in the classroom, and bring book learning to life. You can explore the bison, big cats, reptiles, birds, and amphibians. The Amarillo Zoo offers free admission for infants (0 to 2).
Senior (62+): $3.50
Children (3 - 12): $2.50