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Louisville Zoo increasing admission to help conservation partners

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) --  Supporting conservation partners is an integral part of the Louisville Zoo’s mission to “Better the Bond Between People and Our Planet.” Each time guests visit the Zoo they aid in this mission.

For every general admission ticket sold, $0.25 is contributed to in situ (in position) wildlife conservation efforts of the Zoo’s partners. Current partners include Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center, International Elephant Foundation and Polar Bears International.

The Louisville Zoo serves as the facilitator and engaging connector for our guests to support conservation for those who would love to help but need a less complicated approach to participate in a meaningful way. Zoos bring together the community to rally for critical causes and support for reputable programs and organizations that can and will make a difference.

Guests can learn more about these conservation partners and their efforts at the Zoo’s website at louisvillezoo.org/conservation-partners/. 

New general admission prices in effect as of July 1 – October 31, 2015

Adult (12-59) general admission is now $16.25
Children (3-11) general admission is now $11.75
Senior (60+) general admission is now $11.75
Children 2 and under are still free
New seasonal pricing for November 1, 2015-February 28, 2016 will be: 

         Adult (12-59) is $9.95
         Children (3-11) is $6.95
         Senior (60+) is $6.95

Full pricing resumes March 1, 2016.

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