Tiger Tuesdays at Dallas Zoo

Kipling, a 9-year-old Sumatran Tiger, in his habitat at the Dallas Zoo.(Brandon Wade / Special Contributor)
On the first Tuesday of every month, zoo admission is reduced to $8.
The Dallas Zoo, founded in 1888, began with just two deer and two mountain lions in City Park. It later moved to Fair Park in 1909 and quickly outgrew its second home, moving to Marsalis Park in 1912 where it stands today. Throughout the past 100 years, numerous upgrades have been made and collections expanded. In 1955, the Dallas Zoological Society was established as a non-profit to support the Zoo. In 2009 a public-private partnership was formed to transition to private management of the Zoo. In addition, the Dallas Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals, and today, the Zoo is thriving with new exhibits such as the Koala Walkabout presented by Kimberly-Clark Corporation, SOAR, A Festival of Flight, and the Giants of the Savanna to name a few. Information from the zoo’s website


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