Como Park Zoo & Conservatory: The Holiday Flower Show Opens – St. Paul, MN
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Como Park Zoo & Conservatory is open everyday from 10am – 4pm
Some important things you’ll want to know before your visit: Reservations are required for both members and nonmembers at this time. Reservations are currently available by clicking Here.
All reservation holders should check-in at the Visitor Center glass doors with their bar codes. Click Here for a map.
Due to physical distancing guidelines we are currently limiting capacity. Advanced reservations are available on a first come, first serve basis. Due of maintaining our capacity limits, late arrivals will be denied access. Please plan accordingly.
Posed photography is not allowed at this time. This includes family photos, senior photos, engagement photos, dance photos and wedding photos. No photo permits are being sold and masks are required both inside and outside.
Mission: “To inspire our public to value the presence of living things in our lives.”
One of the last FREE zoos in the United States, Como is home to a wide array of animals and plants and welcomes visitors 365 days a year. Located right next to Como Town Amusement Park, Cafesjian’s historic carousel, and Como Park, the Zoo and Conservatory are great fun for visitors of all ages.
Some of Como’s main attractions include a world-class polar bear exhibit, Polar Bear Odyssey, which opened to the public in 2010. The exhibit is home to the zoo’s twin polar bears Buzz and Neil and features over 13,000 square feet of outdoor habitat. The zoo is also home to a collection of large cats, hoofstock, wolves, birds, primates, gorillas, orangutans, seals and sea lions, and several other aquatic animals. The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory features six indoor gardens and several outdoor spaces, displaying thousands of beautiful plants each year. For more information about our attractions and to plan your visit, view our visitor guide at: Como Zoo Conservatory.
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