Community Day Tickets
September 1 - 30 for all Summit County Residents
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
As a thank you to the residents of Summit County that so graciously support your Akron Zoo, we will offer Summit County residents free days to enjoy your zoo.
There are a limited amount of tickets that are available for each day, while supplies last. Tickets must be reserved online in advance. Once tickets run out there are no more available.
- Limit 4 tickets per household, while supplies last.
- Discounts will be applied based on the purchaser's address.
- Parking is free in order to offset the online service fee.
How to Reserve Community Day Tickets
- Click "Purchase Tickets" below.
- Log in to your online account. Don't have one? Create an account and then log in. (The system does not automatically keep you logged in after creating an account.)
You must be logged in to receive free Community Day tickets.
- Select a visit date. The system will default to the next available visit date. Make sure to change the date to reflect the date you plan to visit. Community Day tickets may not be able to be rescheduled based on availability.
- Discounts will be applied based on your Summit County address. Your discount will be applied once you add your tickets to your shopping cart.
April 1 - Oct. 31
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The zoo will be closing at 3 p.m. on Sept. 20 for a staff appreciation event.
- Adults: $14
- Senior Citizens (62+): $12
- Children (2-14): $11
- Infants (under 2): FREE
- Online: $3 per vehicle
- On-Site: $5 per vehicle
Guests may purchase tickets online in advance or at the ticket counter upon entry. Purchasing tickets online allows guests to utilize our Memberships and eTickets line, which should reduce overall wait time when entering the park.
Akron Zoo Members do not need to, and should not, reserve general admission tickets online in advance. You must bring your digital membership card and photo ID when visiting.
Having issues getting your tickets? Please check our troubleshooting FAQs to solve the issue.
Birds Moved Indoors Again
Due to fall migration, we are once again moving many of our susceptible birds temporarily indoors or inside a protected habitat. This is as a precaution for our birds’ safety as cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza are on the rise in Ohio again.
Currently, all of our birds remain healthy. There is no apparent risk to humans at this time. For our birds here at zoo, the risk comes from native birds who land at the zoo during fall migration.
We know you love our feathered friends as much as we do. The health and welfare of our birds is our top priority. They will all return to their outdoor habitats as soon as the risk of exposure is low.