MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Zoo Miami is welcoming guests back on Tuesday after being closed for more than two months. Zoo Miami was forced to close earlier this year and briefly reopened in May, only to close again in July due to the pandemic. The months of closure resulted in a $6 million loss in revenue.
The indoor exhibits are closed and things like animal feedings, the monorail, and tram tours are also not an option right now. Playgrounds, rides, and water play areas are also closed for the time being.
“Everybody two and above has to wear a mask and you have to wear a mask the entire time you’re in the zoo. The only exception will be when you’re in designated food areas when you’re actually eating,” said Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill.