Exhibits at the Maryland Zoo: In addition to the Maryland Wilderness and Children's Zoo exhibit, visitors to the Zoo can enjoy the Polar Bear Watch exhibit and the African Journey exhibit. See polar bears, Arctic fox, snowy owls and ravens in the Polar Bear Watch exhibit and discover what it's like to live in the company of wildlife on the edge of the Arctic, in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada . Imagine yourself on safari in Africa as you wander through the African Journey exhibit, meeting leopards, lions, giraffe, elephants and many other species of wildlife along the way.
Strollers/Wheelchairs: Strollers and wheelchairs are available for a nominal fee. Please inquire at Wild Things Gift shop upon entering the Zoo.
Food/Refreshments: Food and refreshment services are provided by Aramark services throughout the Zoo. Vending machines are also provided in several locations throughout the Zoo. A portion of all sales directly benefits The Maryland Zoo's conservation and education programs.
Gift Shops: Wild Things Gift Shop carries
Plush animals, toys, apparel, gifts, books and more - all with a wildlife conservation theme. You may inquire at the gift shop for stroller and wheelchair rentals.
Trams: Hop aboard our trams and be transported to the center of the Zoo to begin your journey.
Restrooms: Restrooms are handicap accessible, equipped with changing stations and available in several locations throughout the Zoo.
Public Telephones: Located at the Village Green and Oasis.
ATM: Located near the Explorer's Cantina at the Village Green.
Picnic Tables/Eating Areas: Relax at one of several eating areas located throughout the Zoo or find a quiet spot to picnic with your family. The Zoo offers plenty of space to experience the best of your visit – including scenic picnic areas by Waterfowl Lake . (occasionally closed for private events).
First Aid: First Aid is provided by Zoo Security. If you require assistance, please ask a Zoo employee to notify Security.