50 acres of wild adventure!

Choose Your Adventure

Choose Your Adventure The award winning Gulf Breeze Zoo is home to over 800 animals from around the world. Make unforgettable memories as you hand-feed giraffes, get up close and personal with the interactive petting area, join an alligator feeding or take the best selfies in the free flight Australian aviary! Make it the perfect day trip with a guided Safari Train ride through the 30-acre African preserve featuring rhinos, hippos, Western lowland gorillas, and Sumatran orangutans.

Trying to solve the world's continually changing wildlife concerns, the Gulf Breeze Zoo collaborates with other zoos and field experts to support wildlife conservation through public education, captive breeding programs, habitat preservation, and providing financial aid and assistance to projects in the wild. Gulf Breeze Zoo has provided aid in 25+ countries around the globe. Funding for conservation programs are made possible through the continued support of zoo guests. Conservation is fundamental in our daily operations and visitors are encouraged to join us in making a difference on this journey.

  • EventsWorld Orangutan Day: 8/19/19
    Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered and quickly disappearing due to habitat loss. Help us save wild orangutans, participate in our conservation raffle for a one-of-a-kind painting by the orangutans at the Gulf Breeze Zoo.

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  • EventsHomeschool Day: 9/20/19
    Join us Friday, September 20th for a full day of special educational programming, meet and greets with ambassador animals and special Zookeeper talks! Home schooled students are a special rate of only $10 each, parents are $15, includes the guided train ride.
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  • EventsBoo at the Zoo 2019:
    6 new dates to choose from!
    October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 & 27
    Trick-or-Treat with all your favorite animals! Boo at the Zoo offers 6 days of scare-free, daytime fun for children and their families. Join our safe zoo neighborhood of Halloween entertainment.
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