Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park

Address: 301 N. Holtzclaw Ave. Chattanooga, TN 37404 Contact Email: info@chattzoo.org Phone: (423) 697-1322

Come visit the "wildest" place in Chattanooga for a day of untamed fun at a great price! Get up close and personal with our snow leopards, red pandas, jaguars and many others as you make your way through our many wonderful exhibits. Afterwards get refreshed at our Gombe Forest Cafe and even take a ride on our one-of-a-kind hand-carved carousel.

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From I-75 North or South: Take I-24 West to Chattanooga. Merge onto US-27 North to Downtown Chattanooga. Take Exit 1C (4th Street). Continue straight (4th Street will become 3rd Street) for 2 miles. Turn right into Warner Park. The Zoo Entrance is straight ahead. Parking areas are to the left and right. Handicap parking is available directly in front of the Zoo Entrance. From I-24 East: Merge onto US-27 North to Downtown Chattanooga. Take Exit 1C (4th Street). Follow preceding directions.


City: Chattanooga, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Chattanooga & Southeast

Admission Rates:
Adults $8.95, Seniors (65+) $6.95, Children (3-15) $5.95 and (under 3) Free.

Senior Citizen Discount, Military Discount, Active Military

Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard

Hours Open:
Open Year-round 9:00am-5:00pm

Dates Closed:
Major Holidays

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