Oregon Zoo Discount Tickets for Low Income Families
The Oregon Zoo has a new program called “Zoo for All” that just started September 1, 2017, for low income families to make it easier to take your family to the zoo. They are offering discount tickets to the zoo for just $5 each, for up to 6 tickets, for families who receive assistance from various income assistance programs.
I have listed the eligible programs below and you will just need to bring your photo ID and any documentation you have to show that you participate in the program.
You can also get an additional discount of $1.50 off admission, making the tickets just $3.50 if you ride the MAX to the zoo & show proof of the fare (monthly pass, individual MAX ticket or an annual pass). So, this is a great savings to be able to visit the zoo with your family.
- Oregon Trail card
- Washington Quest Card
- Section 8
- WIC – eWIC card
- Free/reduced school lunch
- TANF, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
- Head Start
- Foster home certificate
Zoo For All is based on Regional Arts & Culture Council’s popular Arts For All program, which allows Oregon Trail card-holders to purchase tickets to many arts and culture events throughout the region for $5.
More Options for Discounts for Low Income Families in Northwest:
Pacific Science Center Membership Discount – $19 for 1 year Family Membership for Families Receiving Assistance
Hands On Children’s Museum – Free Admission for Low Income Families & possible membership discounts