Open every day of the year
Summer Hours (Mar 1 - Oct 31)
Admissions Open 9am to 5pm
Grounds close at 6pm
Ages 12-64: $17
Ages 65+: $14
Ages 3-11: $12
2 and Under: Free
2017 Free Days:
11/3, 11/6, 11/16
Every day, Denver Zoo seeks to inspire exploration and discovery, and create connections with people, animals and nature. And every day we’re working to save animals and conserve wildlife here and all over the world. With great appreciation, we thank all of the individuals, foundations and organizations for insuring Denver Zoo can continue its mission to secure a better world for animals through human understanding.
If you are interested in a Corporate Sponsorship please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-337-1559.
Your Hometown Toyota Stores
Your Hometown Toyota Stores are proud partners in Denver Zoo’s Toyota Elephant Passage exhibit, as well as, Giraffe Encounter made possible by Toyota. Additionally, your Hometown Toyota Stores support Denver Zoo efforts through annual presenting sponsorships of Boo at the Zoo and Zoo Lights along with supporting other zoo wide initiatives. Toyota is the Official Vehicle of Denver Zoo.
For more information about your 6 Hometown Toyota Stores, please visit:
AutoNation Toyota Arapahoe (www.autonationtoyotaarapahoe.com)
Groove Toyota (www.groovetoyota.com)
Larry H. Miller Boulder Toyota (www.bouldertoyota.com)
Mountain States Toyota (www.mountainstatestoyota.com)
Stevinson Toyota East (www.stevinsontoyotaeast.com)
Stevinson Toyota West (www.stevinsontoyotawest.com)
Denver Zoo is proud to have Children's Hospital Colorado as a sponsor of Denver Zoo's "Explore the Shore Play Area" and as a partner for a variety of other community programs. As a repeated nationally ranked Top 10 Best Children's Hospital by U.S. News and World Report, Children's Colorado serves the community through its dedicated mission to advance the health and well being of children, adolescents and young adults throughout the state of Colorado and the region. Denver Zoo is excited to partner with Children's Hospital Colorado in promoting healthy, active lifestyles and renewing stronger connections between children and nature. For more information visit www.childrenscolorado.org/welcome
Sponsor since 2013
Arrow has supported Denver Zoo through a Do At The Zoo sponsorship since 2004. In addition, they've contributed to Denver Zoo Education's bilingual services and teen science programs. Starting in 2012, Arrow substantially increased and broadened its support of Denver Zoo to include sorted waste receptacles for gasification. For more information visit www.arrow.com.
Sponsor since 2012
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation has supported Denver Zoo through Do At The Zoo and Brew At The Zoo sponsorships since 2008. Beginning in 2013, Anadarko greatly expanded their involvement by presenting Denver Zoo's 2013 Do At The Zoo event in addition to providing educational, live animal community outreach programming in Weld County. For more information visit www.anadarko.com.
Sponsor since 2008
The Goddard School has partnered with Denver Zoo to create seasonal activity maps for families with children ages 1-6. Beginning March 2013, patrons will have the opportunity to lead a self-guided tour highlighting the zoo’s educational stations and interactive activities. This unique approach to zoo exploration incorporates The Goddard School’s philosophy of learning through play. For more information visit www.goddardschool.com/denver.
Sponsor since 2013
In support of Denver Zoo, K-M Concessions has supported Denver Zoo’s efforts through sponsorship of Denver Zoo’s fundraising events, direct donations and in-kind support. K-M Concessions is the zoo's catering and concession provider. They generously give back at least 10% of all sales made at Denver Zoo.
Sponsors since 1990
First Stone Development, LLC is honored and proud to be Premier Partners of Denver Zoo. Our vision, as developers, is to build superior real estate ventures that physically enhance neighborhoods, while creating community awareness and support for endangered species. To achieve this, each of our projects will be named for an endangered species. The animal’s habitat will be incorporated in original architectural and landscaping designs, and a monument depicting the endangered animal’s image and history will be prominently displayed on the site. In addition, First Stone Development will donate a portion of sales or revenue to help support Denver Zoo’s innovative commitment to conservation. For more information visit www.firststonedev.com or our partner websites saolatownhomes.com and vaquitatownhomes.com.
Seattle Fish Co. is a local, family-owned seafood distributor based out of Denver, Colorado. For nearly 100 years, Seattle Fish Co. has sourced seafood for local grocery stores and restaurants. Dedicated to fostering sustainable fishing and fish farming practices in North America and around the world, Seattle Fish Co. is a founding member of Sea Pact, a first-of-its-kind environmental nonprofit formed through an alliance of nine seafood distributors. Seattle Fish Co. is the Official Seafood Provider of Denver Zoo. For more information visit www.seattlefish.com
Denver Zoo is excited to partner with Swingle, a local, family-owned, tree service, lawn care, pest control & Christmas lighting company dedicated to taking a proactive position on pollinator protection.
We are proud to have Swingle Lawn, Tree and Landscape Care as the presenting sponsor of Denver Zoo's "The Birds and The Bees Pollinator Garden". As a partner in Denver Zoo's pollinator conservation efforts, Swingle is supporting education programs focused on teaching individuals about the plight of pollinators, like honeybees, and how to protect them. For more information visit myswingle.com
Sponsor since 2015
Polar Bears International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat through research, stewardship, and education. PBI provides scientific resources and information on polar bears and their habitat to institutions and the general public worldwide.
Denver Zoo is an Arctic Ambassador Center with Polar Bears International.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch™ program helps consumers and businesses make choices for healthy oceans. Our recommendations indicate which seafood items are "Best Choices," "Good Alternatives," and which ones you should "Avoid."
Denver Zoo is a Conservation Outreach Partner with Seafood Watch.
Learn more at seafoodwatch.org.
Earthwatch is a non-profit organization that sends volunteers from all walks of life across the world to assist scientists on environmental research expeditions. Many of these expeditions are tied to helping to conserve the planets most iconic and threatened mammal species.
Wildlife of the Mongolian Steppe is an expedition co-funded by both Earthwatch and the Denver Zoo. As a friend of the Denver Zoo, we’d like to invite you to join us – in Mongolia – to explore the lives of unique grassland animals, from lesser kestrels to Siberian ibex, to help conserve their wilderness home. Learn more about the expedition.
Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream
Well loved, but not always loved well, Denver’s 14,000 acres of parks, open spaces, historic buildings and shelters speak to a legacy of civic pride and appreciation for the unique front range landscape. These are the People’s Parks, beautifully captured by noted photographer, John Fielder, and wrapped around a comprehensive history of this Olmsted-designed system. Winner of the Colorado Book Award for History in 2014, DMP:100 Years, takes you from legacy to opportunity in a book you are likely to refer to again and again. Who knew?