Whether you are looking for something to do as a family or fill some time during quarantine, we are loving the virtual zoo options!

Which one is your favorite?

We are thrilled to bring this resource in collaboration with some of our favorite community partners:

Premier ER & Urgent Care and Primrose School of Waco at Woodway.

Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari

Cincinnati is far and their zoo is closed, however, they are streaming LIVE on Facebook each weekday at 3 PM EST. Each day they will be highlighting one of the zoo’s amazing animals and include an at-home activity.

FarmFood 360

This Canadian site FarmFood 360 offers 11 Virtual Tours of farms from minks, pigs, and cows, to apples and eggs.

Georgia Aquarium

Based in Atlanta, the Georgia Aquarium has webcams for a variety of creatures living in their home. Here are some of the options: Beluga Whale, California Sea Lion, Underwater Puffin, African Penguin, Jelly Fish, Piranha, Southern Sea Otter, and the Ocean Voyager Webcamfeature many different species!

Houston Zoo

Zookeepers hop in front of the camera on Facebook Live and give daily updates of what the animals are up to while the zoo is shut down. You can also watch your favorite animal any time of the day via the Zoo’s webcam.

Monterey Bay Aquarium 

You can find ten different webcams available to watch from the comforts of your couch. Plus, who doesn’t love watching a cute sea otter?

Reid Park Zoo

We know that right now, many people are trying to find fun ways to pass time while staying home. That’s why we’re bringing the Zoo to the comfort of your home.

San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities, and games. Enjoy the tour!

Smithsonian’s National Zoo

The options are endless at the Smithsonian! You can find: Naked Mole-rat Cam, Lion Cam, Giant Panda Cam, or the Elephant Cam.

Zoo Atlanta

Pandas Live! The zoo has a panda page with lots of information and regular updates, including behaviors and the different types of pandas.

Zoo Knoxville

You can visit with the animals and keepers at Zoo Knoxville even while they’re closed due the coronavirus pandemic.

Please Note :: While we make every effort to crosscheck current links and event details on our guides, we always encourage you to do the same before making final plans. If details are missing or incorrect, please let us know so that we can make every attempt to correct them.