Louisville Zoo Animal ZOOMbassadors Can Be a Special Guest at Your Next Video Conference

The Louisville Zoo has a fun new way to liven up stay-at-home video conferences. Up to ten ZOOMbassadors will be available to be special guest stars in your next video meeting. Whether you’d like polar bear Qannik or 655-pound elephant Fitz popping in virtually to surprise your staff, friends or kids, there’s now an opportunity to make this happen. Find Out More

MetaZoo Activity: Leaf Impressions

Spring is here and plants are waking up and putting out new shoots! One fun way to celebrate the new plants in your life is to make leaf impressions. You can make your leaf impressions as plain or decorative as … Find Out More

Mayor calls for temporary closures of libraries, community centers, Mary T. Meagher Aquatics Center and some Zoo attractions

Mayor Greg Fischer announced a temporary closure, effective immediately, of all 17 Louisville Free Public Library locations, 13 community centers,  the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center and some indoor Zoo attractions. Additionally, two historic homes operated by Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation– Historic Locust Grove and Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing, will close for tours and programs. The grounds at both sites will remain open to the public. Find Out More

Louisville Zoo Remains Open (Media Release)

Following the recommendations of Mayor Greg Fischer and the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health Department regarding congregate events during COVID-19 response, the Louisville Zoo will be cancelling or postponing certain programming and activities scheduled through April 5, but at this time, will remain open. Find Out More