Maps, apps, rentals, dining, shopping and accessibility information.







GPS-enabled map
Customizable schedule
Animal stories and videos



All daily rentals are available at Guest Services centers located inside each entrance:

Single Stroller  $8.00
Double Stroller  $10.00
Wheelchair (non-electric)  $10.00
Wagon  $11.00
Electric Convenience Vehicle*  $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.)



Dine & Shop


Food and Drink

With a focus on locally-sourced, sustainably farmed food, our dining options will fill any appetite. To reduce plastic pollution in our oceans, we now offer cans of Open Water and other drinks in aluminum instead of plastic bottles.

You may bring your own food to enjoy and reusable water bottle to fill during a zoo visit. No alcoholic beverages or cooking/barbecue equipment is allowed.


Rain Forest Food Pavilion

Open year round, indoor/outdoor seating, restrooms, ATM

Gourmet sandwiches, burgers, salads, pizza, coffee, pastries, snacks, beer and wine

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Pacific Blue Chowder House

Open seasonally, outdoor seating

Sustainable seafood, burgers, salads, Northwest specialties

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Carts and Outposts

Open seasonally, located throughout zoo grounds

Lemonade, cold drinks, popcorn, Dippin-Dots



Located at the South and West Entrances

Open daily during zoo hours; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Find the perfect plush, mug, t-shirt or book to remember your trip, or a gift for that animal lover in your life. Buy a reusable water bottle to tap into Seattle’s finest water at our refill stations. Don’t miss Conservation Commerce hand-crafted items that create sustainable, eco-friendly income alternatives for global communities.


Shop ZooStore online





  • The zoo is a non-smoking facility

  • For the safety of our animals, no pets—except for service animals—are allowed on zoo grounds. See the service animal guidelines

  • For the safety of our animals and visitors, please: No balloons, barbecues, balls, weapons, radios, skates, skateboards, bicycles, flying discs, scooters, straws, lids or alcohol



An indoor nursing area is available inside Zoomazium during zoo hours.

We now offer a Mother's Room located at the historic carousel. Inside, mothers will find everything they need to care for their little ones, including books for anyone else that might need a distraction.



Woodland Park Zoo is free of most physical barriers and obstacles. Download the Accessibility Brochure for a map with details of conditions and amenities to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.


Additional Accommodations

  • CONCERTS: Woodland Park Zoo accommodates individuals with disabilities who wish to attend our ZooTunes concerts
  • DISCOUNTS: Woodland Park Zoo also participates in the Mayor's Gold and Flash Card programs that offer individuals with disabilities admission discounts
  • RENTALS: Non-electric wheelchairs and electric convenience vehicles are available for rental (see details above)
  • PARKING: Disabled parking spaces are available at each of the zoo's parking lots. An official state-issued disabled parking permit must be visible on your vehicle. Vehicles with a valid disabled parking permit receive free parking
  • RESTROOMS AND DRINKING FOUNTAINS: Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are located throughout the zoo grounds.
  • SENSORY MAP: This Sensory Map will guide guests with different sensory needs to a variety of locations around the zoo where they can relax, romp or explore.
  • SENSORY GUIDE: Before your visit, use the Zoomazium Sensory Social Story as a helpful guide to familiarize yourself and your child with what you can expect from a visit to Zoomazium.



To request an accommodation for a disability, contact us as soon as possible at 206.548.2500. A two-week notice is requested for sign language interpreters.