Reservations To Visit Are Required~Click to reserve your spot
September 15 - September 28
Welcome back to Como Park Zoo & Conservatory! We have worked tirelessly to design a COVID-19 Safety Plan to prepare for our reopening. At this time, Como Park Zoo & Conservatory will be open as a one-way walking path from 10am – 4pm daily. The entrance will be on our new Cleveland Court which is located between the Carousel and Como Town.
Some important things you’ll want to know before your visit:
• Reservations are required for both members and nonmembers at this time. Reservations are currently available on this website only, below.
• Due to physical distancing guidelines we are currently limiting capacity to 250 people at a time. Advanced reservations are available on a first come, first serve basis.
• All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings/masks while on the grounds of Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.
• This is a one-way walking path that includes the Zoo and Conservatory.
Click HERE to visit our FAQ page for more information you’ll want to know before your visit to Como Park Zoo & Conservatory
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Since Como Park Zoo & Conservatory temporarily closed on March 16, we have been planning and working to reopen the Zoo & the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory in a responsible manner. We collaborated with our colleagues at other zoos & botanical gardens across the country to develop best practices. We have learned — what has worked and what has not — from others that have had the opportunity to reopen. We believe we are in the best possible position to welcome you back in a safe and responsible way for not only for you, but for our staff, and animals.
We want to thank you for being a supporter of Como Park Zoo & Conservatory during this challenging time and we hope you have enjoyed the daily Como Live segments and the social media posts while we have been closed. As you can imagine, we have lost a significant amount of revenue during this crisis. We depend on donations to care for the animals and plants. Please consider a donation to help with the care of the animals and plants by clicking HERE.
Where should you go for more information on COVID-19?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the best resource for useful, factual, and up-to-date information on the virus.