Zoo Tours & Animal Shows
All tour reservations must be booked at least 1 week in advance.
Want to get a little closer to the animals at the Chattanooga Zoo? Now's your chance to experience the Zoo in an entirely different way! Upgrade your admission to explore the inner workings of the Chattanooga Zoo on a fascinating guided adventure that gets you up close and personal to some of your favorite Zoo animals.
Zoo Tour (90 min):
Take a fascinating and informative journey to the four corners of the world. Get fun facts and special keeper stories about our many furry, feathery, and scaly friends, including South American monkeys, jaguars, and a sloth; African Chimpanzees and meerkats; Asian red pandas, snow leopards, and a komodo dragon; and North American cougars. Find out how our zoo enriches their lives and helps conserve them in the wild. Plus, enjoy watching as we provide favorite treats to some of our animals.
Cat Tour (45 min):
Cats are a surprisingly diverse family. What unique characteristics of our cats allow them to survive in the Amazon rainforest, North American woodlands, African savannahs, the Sahara Desert, or the Himalayan Mountains? Which of our six cat species are good swimmers? Do all cats climb trees? Find out at the Zoo's Cat tour!
Primate Tour (45 min):
From the smallest monkeys to the large chimpanzees, our primates soar through the trees of South America, Africa, and Asia with the greatest of ease. What does it take for them to survive in the high tree tops or stay safe on the ground? Find out at the Chattanooga Zoo's Primate tour!
Space is limited, so call 423.697.1322 now to book your Zoo Tour! Zoo tours will not allow for more than 15 guests.
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For more information on Zoo Tours, please contact Visitor Services via email or call 423 .697.1322.
Join the Chattanooga Zoo for this season's Animal Shows! Come and enjoy a 30 minute educational presentation from our Zookeepers. Guests
will have the opportunity to get closer than before while learning all about these animals and how we work to save them in the wild!
Be sure to stick around after the show to meet some of the Zoo's program animals.