Kids will be admitted for free at San Diego Zoo in October, what is the limit per family?

There is actually a limit, learn all about it and plan your next visit

Photo by: Denisse Marina

During the entire month of October, San Diego Zoo is inviting families to have fun here by providing free admissions to children of 11 years of age or younger. This is an exciting opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature and explore wildlife in its full glory.

And if you're wondering, is there a limit of children per family? The answer is yes. An adult with a valid admission can bring up to 5 children who are 11 years old or younger at no additional cost. Children don't need a ticket as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.

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Age limit to be admitted for free at San Diego Zoo

Both the Zoo and the Safari Park are part of this generous promotion. This means that kids have the chance to explore the Zoo and enjoy the Autumn Festival that will take place on the weekends of October at Safari Park without having to pay.

In the other months of the year, children between ages 3 to 11 must pay a children's fee (which costs $59 dollars), while children who are 2 years old or younger can be admitted for free to both the Zoo and Safari Park. This means that the age limit for this promotion is 11 years old.

The Autumn Festival is scheduled for the Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays of October in Safari Park. Activities include live music, expert information about wildlife at Safari Park, and much more.

In addition, they will offer delicious seasonal food at several spots of the park. On Autumn Festival weekends, Safari Park will extend its hours and will close a 7 PM.

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