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Spend a day going wild at the Louisville Zoo, then soak up the sun and fun with two full days at Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay.

*Must be three consecutive days. Offer good 5/27/2019 through 9/29/2019. Out-of-state residents only

ONE DAY AT THE LOUISVILLE ZOO

Explore more than 1,200 exotic animals, and see these exciting new exhibits:

Snow Leopard Pass
Be transported to a small Himalayan village where you’ll learn about the elusive snow leopard. If you have young children, don’t miss The Cub House – an early-learning play space where they can connect to animals, habitats and cultures.

Colobus Crossing
Sit on our outdoor dining patio and observe beautiful colobus monkeys as they leap and swing within their new habitat – or even cross directly overhead as you walk through the Zoo.

Learn more at LouisvilleZoo.org

TWO DAYS AT KENTUCKY KINGDOM

Enjoy over 70 rides and attractions at Kentucky Kingdom, including six thrilling rollercoasters. Plus, be one of the first to experience the all-new Kentucky Flyer – a family-friendly wooden coaster opening year.

Splash into an oasis of fun at Hurricane Bay Water Park. From exhilarating water slides to more laid-back attractions like Buccaneer Beach and Castaway Creek, there’s something for every member of the family.

Learn more at KentuckyKingdom.com

 

2020 Derby

Kentucky Derby

May 2, 2020
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