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Woodland Park Zoo - Press Release

**MEDIA ADVISORY**

October 11, 2012

 

Admission discount for the rainy day blues is back!

 


Gigi Allianic, Caileigh Robertson
206.548.2550 | woodlandparkzoopr@zoo.org

Get half off admission to Woodland Park Zoo with a Rainy Day Discount coupon offered on select rainy days. A Rainy Day Building Hop map takes you to a number of indoor exhibits and covered areas including the indoor Day Exhibit, which showcases a gallery of smaller-scale exhibits with reptiles and amphibians, such as this tomato frog.  

Photo Credit: Ryan Hawk/Woodland Park Zoo

WHAT

Hey, puddle jumpers! The dreary, rainy days are headed our way, but don’t let them get you down. Get ready to venture outdoors to Woodland Park Zoo for the Rainy Day Building Hop and a Rainy Day Discount to go along with your adventure. Get half off zoo admission for up to four people with an online coupon. The coupon will be offered on select days when the weather is forecasted to be particularly dismal.

A map of the Rainy Day Building Hop takes you to a number of indoor exhibits and covered areas including: the indoor, award-winning Tropical Rain Forest showcasing plants and animals in a warm, humid environment; a gallery of smaller-scale exhibits with amphibians and reptiles in the Day Exhibit; nose-to-nose encounters with grizzlies and river otters in the award-winning Northern Trail;  the mysterious world of arthropods in the indoor Bug World; and Zoomazium’s indoor nature play space, where the little ones can climb a tree, explore a cave or hike up a mountain, all without feeling a drop of rain.

HOW

Before you head to the zoo, go to www.zoo.org/rainyday and check if a Rainy Day Discount coupon has been posted for the day. Discount coupons, when offered, are good for 50% off on all regular admissions to the zoo, limit four admissions per coupon. Present a printed coupon or show the coupon on your phone at the gate.

Discounts cannot be combined with other discounts or offers, and are good only for the day indicated on the coupon. If there isn’t a coupon, be sure to check back on another day.

WHEN

Zoo fans can begin checking www.zoo.org/rainyday for Rainy Day Discount coupons today. Coupons, if posted online, will appear no later than 4:00 p.m. the day before the coupon is valid. Coupons will be valid for one day only. Remember, if there’s no coupon posted, visit the website on another day.

WHERE

Enter Woodland Park Zoo through the West Entrance at Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th & N. 56th Sts. or South Entrance at N. 50th St. & Fremont Ave. N.

INFO

Hours through April 30: 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. daily. May 1-September 30: 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. daily.

Admission through April 30: Adult (13-64) id="mce_marker"1.75; Child (3-12) $8.50; Toddler (0-2) Free. May 1-September 30: Adult (13-64) id="mce_marker"7.75; Child (3-12) id="mce_marker"1.50; Toddler (0-2) Free. Active, retired, and veteran U.S. military and their families, seniors and people with physical disabilities receive an admission discount. Zoo members receive free zoo admission year round.

Parking: $5.25. Parking is limited. Consider taking the bus, biking, walking or carpooling. For bus service to the zoo, visit: www.metro.kingcounty.gov.

For more information on events and zoo classes or to become a zoo member, visit www.zoo.org. Or call 206.548.2500 or 548.2599 (TTY).

 

Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, award-winning Woodland Park Zoo is famed for pioneering naturalistic exhibits and setting international standards for zoos in animal care, conservation and education programs. Woodland Park Zoo is helping to save animals and their habitats in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. By inspiring people to care and act, Woodland Park Zoo is making a difference in our planet’s future. For more information, visit www.zoo.org.

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Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act.

 
 

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