Honolulu Zoo

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Tickets & Information

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  Ticket Price  
Twilight Tour Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Camp Menehune Honolulu, HI $275.00 Info & Tickets
Camp Wildlife Koa's Honolulu, HI $285.00 Info & Tickets
Camp 'Imi Loa Honolulu, HI $285.00 Info & Tickets
Boo in the Zoo Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Snooze in the Zoo Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Dinner Safari Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Critters & Crafts at the Zoo Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Stargazing at the Zoo Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
Keiki's Night Out Honolulu, HI N/A Info & Tickets
The Honolulu Zoo is the only zoo within a radius of 2,392 miles. It is also the only zoo in the United States that originated in a King’s grant of royal lands to the people. In 1876, King David Kalakaua, Monarch of Hawai‘i, made lands of the Leahi Crown Holdings available, "to the people of Hawai‘i."

The 300 acre parcel was primarily a marshland of old fish ponds, lagoons and islands. In 1877, it was officially opened as Queen Kapiolani Park. Appointed Park Association members developed the unpromising land with the help of royal subsidies to display the King’s private bird collection and to feature a horseracing track.

Honolulu Zoo Mission

The mission of the Honolulu Zoo is to inspire the stewardship of our living world by providing meaningful experiences to our guests. The Zoo emphasizes Pacific Tropical ecosystems and our traditional values of malama (caring) and ho’okipa (hospitality).

Honolulu Zoo Society Mission

The Honolulu Zoological Society’s mission is to foster an appreciation of our living world by supporting and advocating environmental education, recreation, biological study and conservation activities at the Honolulu Zoo.