Ohio Farm Bureau Federation members can receive wild savings on admission tickets to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium/Zoombezi Bay.
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Ohio Farm Bureau Federation members can receive wild savings on admission tickets to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium/Zoombezi Bay. Getting your deeply discounted tickets is easy and convenient! Just use the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation ticket shop link to purchase and print your tickets at home. Then, bring your tickets with you when you visit and go straight to our ticket turnstiles.
Don't waste time, start your adventure today and explore the wonders of wildlife from around the world at the Zoo or splash into the wildest water park in central Ohio, Zoombezi Bay.
1927 – The Columbus Zoological Park opened with a small collection of donated animals. 1937 – First membership drive began, which led to the creation of a planned Zoo. 1951 – The City of Columbus took over zoo operation and acquired its first three gorillas. 1956 – Colo, the world’s first captive-born gorilla, was born at the Columbus Zoo. 1978 – Jack Hanna became zoo director. 1989 – Columbus Zoo purchased a golf course situated south of the zoo. 1999 – West Indian Manatees arrived at the zoo. With the addition of Manatee Coast, the zoo changed its name to The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. 2004 – Bodhi, a 285-pound Asian elephant was born April 16 marking the first successful Asian elephant birth at the zoo. 2007 – The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium celebrated its 80th anniversary.
Phone: 800.MONKEYS (666.5397)
4850 West Powell Rd
Powell, OH 43065