Milwaukee Journal Sentinel a la Carte at the Zoo

a la CarteAug. 14-17, 2014

Hours:

  • 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. Aug. 14, 15, 16
  • 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 17

Admission*:

Adults (ages 13-59): $14.25
Ages 3-12: $11.25
Ages 2 & under: Free
Ages 60 and older: $13.25
Parking: $12


Value (multi-day) tickets ($26 adults; $18 children) available for purchase through Aug. 17 at Tri City National Bank locations. (Credit cards not accepted.)

* Free Zoo admission for Zoological Society members with their Zoo Pass card and photo ID. Zoo Pass Plus members receive free parking for one vehicle per membership per day with their Zoo Pass Plus card and photo ID.

Summertime in Milwaukee is all about festivals. Your typical festival offers food, beer, wine and music. One Milwaukee festival, however, bumps it up a notch. The Milwaukee County Zoo's food-and music festival features a huge collection of animals for guests to admire as they browse more than 25 Milwaukee-area restaurant booths. There are also national musical acts every night at the Miller High Life Caribou Stage.

The entire park and all animal buildings will be open at night (the Herb & Nada Mahler Family Aviary closes at dusk). Remember to check out the special summer exhibit, Sting Ray & Shark Bay, sponsored by Sendik's Food Markets. Admission is $2 per person. Food vendors include Jake's Deli, Trinity Three Irish Pubs, Water Street Brewery, Aladdin, Charcoal Grill, Alioto's, Wong's Wok, Applebees, Saz's, Café Hollander, Espana Tapas House, and Rock Bottom Brewery. New this year are Three Lions Pub, Joey Gerard's-A Bartolotta Supper Club and Bartolotta's Lake Park Bistro.

For details, click here or call (414) 256-5466.

Special thanks to our a la Carte sponsor:
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
With major support from:
Miller Lite
Great Beer Great Responsibility
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.

 

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