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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Milwaukee County Zoo: FREE Admission through January 1

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The Milwaukee County Zoo has FREE admission until January 1!

It's a promotion called 'Frosty Free Week.'

Thanks to Metro® by T-Mobile and the Milwaukee County Zoo, admission is free for everyone December 25 through January 1 (regular parking and concession fees still apply).

Everybody gets in free from now until New Year's Day and it's a chance to see the animals at a different time of year than the typical warm weather months.

Embrace the weather, and visit the Zoo’s cold-weather animals, like polar bear, Snow Lilly, and our caribou, and then warm up inside any of the Zoo’s animal buildings to enjoy your favorite indoor exhibits. Visitors will notice Snow Lilly, as well as the caribou and elk herds, are most active during the colder temperatures. Be sure to visit the Zoo’s North American river otters in their year-round outdoor exhibit, Otter Passage. You won’t want to miss these lively and animated animals as they slip, slide and frolic in their outdoor habitat!

The zoo is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

On weekends, it's open until 4:30 in the afternoon. While admission is free, there is a charge for parking.

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