Zoo For All
For families, a festive night at the Oregon ZooLights is not cheap. To help make this event more accessible to everyone, the Oregon Zoo created Zoo For All. Oregon and Washington individuals and families who qualify for a variety of income assistance programs receive $5 admissions per person. Each qualifying member can bring up to six immediate family members.
Eligible programs include:
- Oregon Trail card
- Washington Quest Card
- Section 8
- WIC – eWIC card
- Free/reduced school lunch
- TANF, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
- Head Start
- Foster home certificate
November 26 and 29 ; December 3-6 ; December 10-13.
Zoo For All tickets for you and six immediate family members must be purchased in person at the ticket office the night you’re attending.
Bring your Oregon or Washington photo ID and any documentation showing that you participate in any of the above programs, and you can buy up to 6 tickets for $5 a piece.
What makes this deal even better? If you ride TriMet to the zoo and show proof of fare, you’ll receive an additional $1.50 off admission for each person.
Don’t qualify? More ways save:
Guests who are in the zoo before 4 p.m. can stay on through ZooLights. The lights are on by 5 p.m.
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