All rental rates are for the day
Available from either Guest Services center at the South Entrance Plaza (located at Fremont Ave. N. and N. 50th St.) and the West Entrance Plaza (off Phinney Ave. N. and N. 55th St.)
Single Stroller - $7.00
Double Stroller - $9.00
Wagon - $10.00
Wheelchair (non-electric) - $10.00
Electric personal cart - $25.00 (Must leave a $200 refundable deposit and valid driver's license; 18 years and older or 16 years with parent/guardian permission. 400-pound weight limit.)
Binoculars - $5.00
Know Before You Go
The zoo is a non-smoking facility
For the health and safety of the zoo's animals and guests, no pets, except for service animals, are allowed on zoo grounds.
For the safety of animals, no balloons are allowed on zoo grounds.
Many accessibility laws have helped increase accessibility at zoos and aquariums. Laws such as the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 required zoos receiving federal money to remove barriers so that individuals with disabilities could avail themselves of the zoo. Accessibility to both zoos and aquariums has increased even more thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a civil rights law for people with disabilities. Its basic intent is to eliminate discrimination against a person with a disability. One of the specific provisions of the ADA is to insure that public accommodations are accessible and zoos are listed as one example of accommodations required to be accessible.
Woodland Park Zoo accommodates individuals with disabilities who wish to attend our ZooTunes concerts. Woodland Park Zoo also participates in the Mayor's Gold and Flash Card programs that offer individuals with disabilities admission discounts.
Non-electric wheelchairs and personal electric carts are available for rental (see details above).
Disabled parking spaces are available at each of the zoo's parking lots at our North (N. 59th and Evanston), West (5500 Phinney Ave and N. 55th) and South (N. 50th and Fremont Ave. North) entrances. An official state-issued disabled parking permit must be visible on your vehicle. Vehicles with a valid disabled parking permit do NOT need to pay for parking.
Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are located throughout the zoo grounds.
Download the Accessibility Brochure for a map with details of conditions and amenities around the grounds.
To request an accommodation for a disability, contact us as soon as possible at 206.548.2500 or 206.548.2599 (TTY). A two-week notice is requested for sign language interpreters.