Established in 1907, Sequoia Park Zoo is the oldest zoo in California and one of the smallest accredited zoos in the country. Situated next to the magnificent old-growth redwoods of Sequoia Park, the zoo is truly a jewel in the heart of Eureka.
Please visit our COVID-19 Info page for more details on what to expect during your visit. Masks are recommended at all times during your visit, and are required when visiting the spider monkey & river otter viewing areas, regardless of vaccination status. Local guidelines and mandates are subject to sudden change – please check sequoiaparkzoo.net and humboldtgov.org for current information.
- Zoo Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Zoo is closed Mondays.
- Ecos Cafe Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 11:00 AM-4:00 PM
- Contact Corral in Barnyard Hours: 11:00 AM-3:00 PM. Please note that COVID-19 tier changes or heavy crowding may require temporary closure of the contact corral.
- Gift Shop is open!
Address3414 W Street
Eureka, CA 95503
|Senior (60+)/Military (with ID)||$22.95||$12.95|
|Zoo Members||Included with membership||Included with membership|
*Humboldt County Residents Receive Discounted Admission (must show proof of residency – driver’s license, utility bill, lease agreement, paystub, etc.).
Children 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by a paid adult (age 18+) to enter the Zoo and throughout their visit, including at all times on the Redwood Sky Walk. “Paid adult” includes adults 18+ with valid, unexpired admission, membership, or complimentary tickets.
BIC/EBT Card Holders
$4.00 (limit 5 tickets per household per visit – must show valid card with ID).
*Made possible through a cooperative partnership with Museums for All
Member of a Different Zoo?
Humboldt County Library Card Holders
Check out a one-day family pass (up to 2 adults & up to 6 children) at your local library branch for a free visit to the zoo; must be used within 6 months of check out.*
*Made possible through a cooperative partnership with HCL; a limited number of passes will be available each month at all Humboldt County branches.
Everyone’s Zoo Program
Do you work with members of our community who may not be able to afford the price of admission or whose connection to community resources and support will in some way benefit their treatment and care? The goal of the Everyone’s Zoo Program is to provide opportunities for everyone in our community to experience all the educational, interpretive and wonder-inspiring experiences that the Zoo has to offer. For additional information and application, email
All publicly-viewed animal feedings and keeper talks have been suspended due to COVID-19 safety requirements. Please use your smartphone to scan the QR code posted at various animal enclosures and view a pre-recorded keeper talk for that animal.