Palm Beach Zoo
three tigers wading in water with rocks at palm beach zoo
koala bear gripping tree trunk with leaves at palm beach zoo
magenta colored flamingo standing on one leg in water at palm beach zoo
group of ring tailed lemurs in tree at palm beach zoo
striped baby anteater sleeping on mothers back at palm beach zoo

The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society, located in West Palm Beach, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing extraordinary care for its diverse range of animals. The zoo, beautifully landscaped and home to hundreds of animals on its 23 shaded tropical acres, is a top-rated zoological experience in Florida. It houses endangered species like Malayan tigers, Mexican spider monkeys, and jaguars, among others. The zoo also features the Melvin J. & Claire Levine Animal Care Complex, which serves as the headquarters for the Palm Beach Zoo Conservation Society. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about native Floridian animals and how to cohabit with them harmoniously, truly emphasizing the mantra that it’s their world, and we’re just living in it.

Please contact Palm Beach Zoo directly for current hours and pricing. Check out our See & Do Page for other fun things to do in Florida and our Deals Page for offers and coupons for Florida attractions, restaurants, shops and more.

(561) 547-9453

The Palm Beach Zoo in West Palm Beach is a proud member of the Florida Attractions Association, representing Florida's finest family attractions.