Children under 11 get in free to Brevard Zoo in September

Kids must be accompanied by adult who is a Florida resident

(Image: Brevard Zoo)

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – If you have young children, now is a great time to visit the Brevard Zoo, which says it is home to more than 900 animals from around the world.

During the month of September, the Brevard Zoo says it is allowing children 11 years old or younger into the zoo for free.

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Some conditions do apply to the deal.

According to the zoo’s website, the children getting in free must be accompanied by a paying adult who is a Florida resident.

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There are only up to three children free per paying adult. All adults will have to show a state-issued photo ID or a utility bill with a Florida address to claim the deal.

This deal can not be combined with any other discounts, according to the zoo.

To learn more, visit the zoo’s website.

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