The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore’s 135-plus acre property in Druid Hill Park is accessible to people of all abilities.


Parking

Accessible parking is available to the left of our front gate on a first-come, first-served basis. Please click here for more info.


Service Animals

Service animals, as defined by the ADA, are permitted under proper supervision.

View ADA Access Guide


Restrooms

Restrooms are accessible, equipped with changing stations, and available in several locations throughout the Zoo. Family restrooms are located near the Whistle Stop Grille and inside Penguin Education Center. Please click here to view Zoo restrooms on our interactive map.


Transportation Services

The Zoo has a mobility cart that can accommodate both motorized and manual wheelchairs. If you need to use this service for your motorized wheelchair, please contact a staff member.


Stroller & Wheelchair Rental

Manual wheelchairs and strollers are available for rent just inside the main entrance to the Zoo, near the Wild Things Gift Shop. See prices below:

  • Single child stroller – $6
  • Double child stroller – $9
  • Manual wheelchair – $9

Rides & Attractions

Our rides and attractions are all wheelchair accessible. Please click here for more info.


Sensory Sensitivity

The Maryland Zoo is pleased to be a KultureCity sensory inclusive certified venue. KultureCity is a nationally recognized nonprofit that provides sensory inclusion training and tools to venues and large-scale events.

Sensory Bags are available upon entry at the Main Gate.

 

Visit the KultureCity App to view the Zoo’s social story. The app can be downloaded here:

iPhone: http://bit.ly/KCiphone

Android: http://bit.ly/KCandroid

Please visit our partner KultureCity for COVID-19 Social Stories.


First Aid

First Aid is provided by Zoo Security. If you require assistance, please ask a Zoo employee to notify Security or contact 410-396-7102.