Salisbury Zoo Coupons & Discounts
There is NO entrance fee for the Salisbury Zoo. It is FREE! So you do not need a coupon for the entrance fee. However, there are a couple of ways to save at the zoo. One way is by bringing a picnic lunch. However, if you have a bit extra in the wallet buying an ice cream or drink at the zoo will help support it.
Here are some other ways to save at the zoo:
Visitors to the Salisbury Zoological Park website can sign up for the zoo’s enewsletter. Events, specials and deals are announced in the e-newsletter.
The 2017 Entertainment book has a coupon for Salisbury Zoo for 20% off any membership up to $20. If you don't have a book or a mobile app, you can get one here.
Salisbury Zoo memberships help support the zoo. Some of the benefits include FREE or discounted admission to over 110 other zoos and aquariums nationwide, FREE admission to the Night of the Living Zoo, FREE Special Friends of the Zoo summer picnic, discounts on FOSZ merchandise, education and programs and more.
Salisbury Zoo coupons, discounts and offers are for a limited time and have an expiration date.
Salisbury Zoo Information
Address: 755 South Park Drive, Salisbury, Maryland 21802
Animals: over 100
Size: 12 acres
About Salisbury Zoo
The Salisbury Zoo offers homes to about 100 animals from North, Central and South America. Some of the animals you can see here are river otter, Andean bear, ocelot, burrowing owl, sand hill crane, Llama, beaver, alligator and sloth.
This zoo in Maryland offers story time from March through November every Tuesday. It has classes and zoo camp for the kids too. Self-guided and guided tours are offered by this AZA-accredited zoo as well as animal presentations.
Salisbury Zoo Details
This Maryland Zoo is open every day of the year except for Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day. It is also sometimes closed when the weather is very bad.
Hours for the zoo are 9am - 4:30pm.
Admission to the Salisbury Zoo in Maryland is FREE for everyone!
A picnic area is available at the west entrance near a playground area called Ben’s Red Swings.