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Baton Rouge Zoo Tigers
 Get up close with the tigers at The Realm of the Tiger exhibit.

Modern zoos teach the importance of conservation, sustainability and environmental awareness. The blockbuster exhibit at the Baton Rouge Zoo, ‘Realm of the Tiger,’ immerses guests in the continent of Asia, featuring tigers, Siamang gibbons, a walk-through aviary with Asian birds, plus a Koi pond and rock garden.  The exhibit's goal is to help raise awareness of threats to tigers,  raise funds for tiger conservation and raise awareness of the important role zoos play in international tiger conservation.

Discover the animal kingdom at BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo, including giraffes, rhinos and alligators.  Visitors always delight at the Flamingo Cove and Giants of the Islands, featuring the Zoo’s Chilean flamingos and Galapagos and Aldabra tortoises.  Kids enjoy a stopover at the Safari Playground.   The Otter Pond features a replicated fishing cabin with underwater viewing of the playful otters.  And stop by L'aquarium de Louisiane, Parrot Paradise and KidsZoo. No visit is complete without a ride on the Cypress Bayou Railroad. Adults and children can take a scenic ride through the unique Louisiana habitat that surrounds the core zoo.

Admission:

Adults and Teens: $8.25; Seniors: $7.25; Children 2-12: $5.25; 1 & under: FREE

Hours:

Daily: Admissions open 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Grounds close at 5 p.m.

Closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.