Cincinnati Zoo Membership Discount for SNAP participants

The Cincinnati Zoo offers discounted tickets and season passes to community members who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The program is called the Zoo All Access program.

Under the program, adults (ages 13 to 61) can obtain general admission tickets for $6. Children (ages 2 to 12) and seniors (ages 62 and older) can obtain general admission tickets for $3. The program also provides general admission parking for $1.

A family season pass is also offered under the program. There is a limit of eight family members on each season pass. This year-round family pass for unlimited admission and parking is $50, which is a $10 increase from last year.

General admission, as well as season passes, must be purchased in person at the ticket office, located at 3400 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45220, and require the purchaser to show their SNAP EBT card and a matching valid photo ID.

The Cincinnati Zoo also has a number of accommodations and programs making the zoo more welcoming, accessible, and inclusive for people with disabilities and their families. For a full list of these accommodations and programs, visit the Zoo Access for All page on the Cincinnati Zoo website.

You can find more resources related to child development and recreation by selecting the “child development” and/or “recreation” option from the dropdown tab on our Social Service “Utilization Library” page.

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