All visitors must register in advance, and tickets will not be available for purchase on-site. The zoo will begin accepting reservations May 27.
The zoo will have social distancing practices in effect, and some areas, such as the carousel, water play park and indoor animal exhibits, remain closed.
Visitors are encouraged to wear masks, while zoo employees are required to do so. Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the zoo, and the path throughout the zoo exhibits has been modified for safety.