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Fathers get in free Sunday at Zoo Atlanta


Still don’t have any plans for Father’s Day? Well don’t worry.

Zoo Atlanta is letting dads in free Sunday with a purchase of a child’s or adult’s general admission ticket. 

Rachel Davis, Zoo Atlanta director of communications, believes this is a great event for families to come celebrate dads and each other.


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If you’re a Zoo Atlanta member, it’s a double deal. Members of Zoo Atlanta can bring up to two fathers free of charge.

Human fathers aren’t the only ones being celebrated. Zoo representatives say animal fathers will enjoy themed surprises throughout the day. Visitors can check out the African monkey, Sumatran tiger, panda, gorilla exhibits and others for Father’s Day activities.

A child ticket is $17.99 and an adult ticket is $25.99. Tickets can be purchased online for a reduced price.

Father’s Day is June 17.


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