NOW OPEN! Up to 33% off at Twin Valley Zoo - Social Distancing Protocols in Effect
Twin Valley Zoo
What you get
A fun trip to Twin Valley Zoo for two adults and two children.
Social distancing protocols:
To allow proper social distancing line up entry will be outdoors and a staggered entrance. Please take turns. The gift shop has been equipped with sanitizer, plexiglass screens and floor markers. We will be allowing families to enter, one at a time, through our gift shop. Twin Valley Zoo has a 6 foot spacing markers in the zoo and in our entranceway.
Twin Valley Zoo has a strict “no touching policy” in full affect.
Twin Valley Zoo reptile room will remain closed. There will be no educational presentations, the goat petting area will be closed, the play area is closed and zoo feed will not be sold.
- Expires end of 2020 season
- Unlimited buys
- No walk ins allowed
- Please call to book your date and time to visit
- Not valid towards season passes
- Children's tickets valid for ages 2 to 12
- Not valid towards group admissions (school group, summer camps etc.)
- Not valid with other offers
- No additional charges. No cash value. No cash back
Review our refund policy here.
Today’s WagJags Twin Valley Zoo:
- $7 for a Single Child Zoo Admission (a $9.25 Value)
- $11 for a Single Senior or Youth Zoo Admission (a $16.50 Value)
- $13 for a Single Adult Zoo Admission (a $18 Value)
- $39 for a Family Zoo Pass for 2 Adults and 2 Children (a $54.50 Value)
At Twin Valley Zoo, the extremely knowledgeable staff are happy to help children and adults learn more about what animals eat, how they adapt to their habitat and the role animals play within their environment. The zoo sits on 25 beautiful acres in Brant County, offering visitors the chance to see animals in a simulated natural habitat, to embark on a short nature trail or to unwind with a homemade lunch in the picnic area.
About Twin Valley Zoo