Every year, Seneca Park Zoo Society programs reach hundreds of thousands of people teaching them to conserve nature and wildlife, hundreds of thousands of square feet of nature are restored to support native pollinators, and thousands of pounds of refuse are removed from city green spaces.
Become a Partner In Conservation today and help create change that conserves our region’s natural resources
The Zoo Society contributes to world-class science including nation-wide studies on urban wildlife diversity, cutting-edge science on plastics pollution, successful collaborations that have repopulated river otters and sturgeon in the Genesee watershed, and transformative initiatives that protect wildlife and biodiversity around the world. Through hands-on habitat remediation, conservation science, and broad, accessible education, the Zoo Society helps prepare the greater Rochester region for a sustainable future and for the impacts of climate change.
The Zoo’s conservation programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year.
Partners in Conservation are Zoo members who are invested in our mission to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to support conservation of wildlife and wild places.
Every day is a great day to visit the Zoo. Experience life on the wild side, enjoy up-close animal interactions and support global conservation efforts—right here at the Zoo. Reserve your tickets now for quick and easy entry, and enjoy more time connecting with wildlife.
Zoo opens at 9:30 a.m. for our Zoo members.
Open all year long. Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.