San Antonio Zoo honors frontline heroes with free admission through September

September is Frontline Heroes Appreciation Month

San Antonio Zoo honors front-line heroes with free admission through September. (San Antonio Zoo)

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Zoo is showing appreciation for current doctors, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and nurses by offering free admission through September.

Since September is Frontline Heroes Appreciation Month, the zoo offers dedicated frontline workers free admission with proper ID, according to a news release.

“Our frontline heroes work tirelessly and risk their lives daily to ensure that our community is safe,” said President & CEO of San Antonio Zoo, Tim Morrow. “Offering them and their families the opportunity to reconnect, relax and enjoy the zoo is our way of saying ‘thank you.’”

Frontline workers can bring up to four guests that can receive 50% off standard admission tickets on the day of their visit from Sept. 1 through Sept. 30.

San Antonio Zoo honors front-line workers with free admission. (San Antonio Zoo)

Admission details:

• Current doctors, police officers, firefighters, EMT workers, and nurses must show valid credentials at the zoo’s front gate.

• Up to four guests receive can receive 50% off Standard Admission tickets.

• Additional discounted tickets must be purchased at the front gate.

• Tickets must be used on the day of redemption.

• Offer cannot be combined with any other discount.

About the Author:

Emily Ramirez is a Digital Producer trainee for KSAT 12. She has written and photographed for several magazines and newspapers, including San Antonio Magazine, Austin Monthly and the San Antonio Current. A proud San Antonio native and graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, she is now completing her M.A. at UTSA.