Finally! What we've all been wanting -- a bit more animal interaction at the LA Zoo. As part of the yearlong 50th Anniversary "Zoolabration" face-to-face giraffe feedings have now debuted. Find out daily what it's like to feed one of these majestic creatures that stand 16 to 20 feet tall. Learn about the world's tallest land mammal from Zoo Education Specialists, who share facts about the Masai giraffes' daily lives at the Zoo. Guests of all ages can get up close and personal with one of the Masai giraffes, look into her eyes, and even hear her snort. When she extends her 14-inch long tongue to grab the food right out of your hand. Visit the LA Zoo for this unforgettable experience.
Feedings are $5 per person with paid Zoo admission, which is $20 for general admission (ages 13 to 61); $17 for seniors (ages 62+), and $15 for children (ages 2 to 12) for non-members. Guests can purchase tickets (cash only) for the Giraffe Feedings at the exhibit just prior to start times for the activity, which is subject to weather-related changes, especially on rainy days.