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Zoo Miami celebrates Military Appreciation Month in August with discounts


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Zoo Miami will celebrate Military Appreciation Month in August. Active or retired military personnel will receive “buy one, get one free” admission for up to six people or 15 % off an Annual Pass. 

Zoo Miami will be showing its appreciation during August to the honorable men and women who have served and are serving in our military.  During Zoo Miami’s military appreciation month, any active-duty member or veteran presenting a valid military I.D. will be able to take advantage of one of these offers:

-                  Enter the zoo with a “buy one, get one free” admission. This offer is valid for up to six people and expires August 31, 2011.

-                  15% off the Annual Pass to Zoo Miami valid for 365 days of admission.

Zoo Miami provides a 25 percent off regular adult or child admission for all military members year-round. Identification is required at time of admission purchase.


Zoo Miami, rated one of the top ten zoos in the U.S. by Tripadvisor.com in 2008, houses more than 2,000 animals in natural habitats and 1,200 trees and plants visible from the walkways provide visitors the feel of a safari. Large open-air exhibits, a children’s zoo, guided tram rides, family cycles, a monorail, and interactive exhibits make Zoo Miami, also named one of America’s Best Zoos and the number one Zoo for Pachyderms in 2008 by The Intrepid Traveler, a unique experience for visitors of all ages.  For more information, please visit www.zoomiami.org.


The Zoological Society of Florida, founded in 1956, is the non-profit support organization for Zoo Miami. Today, it is one of the largest membership organizations in South Florida, with approximately 52,000 members. Its activities and programs include fundraising, marketing, volunteer services, educational programs, special events, and member programming. Its mission is to encourage an appreciation for the world’s wildlife and to help conserve it for future generations.  For more information, please visit www.zsf.org or call (305) 255-5551.

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