Oregon Zoo was founded in 1888 and provides visitors with exceptional experiences to encourage them to create a sustainable future for wildlife. Oregon Zoo is the top paying destination in the Pacific Northwest, and it has more than 1.5 million visitors a year. The community supports the Zoo by tourist fees public funds from Metro (a regional authority in the Portland area). The regional Metro government owns the 64-acre Zoo. It is a global leader in animal protection and conservation, communicating more than 1.5 million visitors with global wildlife each year. Zoo has five main display areas like broad northwest, temperate forests, Asia, coasts of the Pacific, and Africa. It provides a range of artisanal products made of fabrics recycled and repurposed. It has more than 1,000 species of native plants, including pelican flora, ground orchid, and firebird heliconia. They also offer summer camp programs. It affords complimentary admission for kids aged two and under.
Adult (12–64): $24
Child (2–12): $19