With fall and cooler temperatures fast approaching, and with the added excitement of two twin panda cubs born this summer at Zoo Atlanta, the coming months are a perfect time to check out the Zoo Pass from your local library! The Zoo Pass is actually a DVD that explores the history of Zoo Atlanta and highlights some of it's animal residents. Once you've watched the DVD simply return it to the branch it came from and get your receipt for admission to the zoo. Using the pass is simple and all you need is a valid library card to get started. Instructions for checking out and using the pass are below, so search the catalog to see if your branch has a pass available today!
Accessing the Zoo Pass
Adults with a valid
library card may check out the Zoo Pass at any of the 33 branches of the
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System (excluding Auburn Avenue Research Library). One Zoo Pass will be available for checkout per branch.
The Zoo Pass is not
available for self-checkout. Patrons should check out the Zoo Pass at the library
The Zoo Pass may be
checked out only once per year, per card and household. The pass may not be
renewed or reserved (sorry, can't place holds on this one!)
Return your Zoo
Pass to the location of checkout, and you will receive your receipt for admission to the Zoo. The overdue fine will be $1.00 per day,
maximum $10.00. The fee for a lost pass is $30.00.
Enjoying the Zoo Pass
Present your Zoo
Pass receipt and your library card at the Zoo Atlanta front gate for admission.
The Zoo Pass is
good for a family of four. The pass is valid for general admission only and may
not be used for special events, including but not limited to Boo at the Zoo,
Brew at the Zoo and Love in the Zoo.
We hope you enjoy your trip to Zoo Atlanta thanks to this wonderful partnership with Georgia Public Library Service!