The Buffalo Zoo will once again mark the unofficial end to summer with $5 admission for all on Labor Day Monday, Sept. 2.
With summer coming to an end, there’s still so much more to see and do at the Buffalo Zoo. Guests will have the final opportunity to visit Boomerang Island, the interactive exhibit featuring 300 free-flying birds from the Australian outback. Guests can get up close and personal with the birds when they purchase a seed stick.
Also departing after Labor Day is OMG° Dinosaurs temporary exhibit. The 11 larger-than-life animatronic creatures dot the Buffalo Zoo campus making for a “dino-mite” experience for all guests. OMG° Dinosaurs is included with the cost of admission.
It’s also a great time to visit the Zoo’s newest exhibit, the Donna M. Fernandes Amphibian and Reptile Center, or its newest residents, baby Mohan the rhino and Toni the sea lion, who will both be out for public viewing.
Along with discounted admission, Labor Day at the Buffalo Zoo will include the daily schedule of activities, encounters and more. The venue will have normal operating hours on Labor Day. Admission gates will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m. Parking is $5 per car.
The fall season will bring a slate of events and education programs. For more information, visit www.buffalozoo.org.