Zoo Membership Reciprocal List

Zoo Membership Reciprocal List

Giant anteater at Roger Williams Park Zoo.
You can see the giant anteater in the Tropical America exhibits area.

DON'T FORGET:  
Be sure to contact the zoo or aquarium you plan to visit before your trip to make sure they are still honoring the reciprocal discount - participation may change without notice.

As of January 1, 2014, your Roger Williams Park Zoo reciprocal benefit is good for half-off admission to the zoos, aquariums and museums listed below.

How to use your Reciprocal Benefit:

An active zoo membership card from the zoo at which you are a member AND an additional ID are required for reciprocal entry to Roger Williams Park Zoo. If you do not have these to show at the ticket window, regular admissions fees will apply. 

If you are a Roger Williams Park Zoo member and you plan to visit any of the other participating institutions listed below, please contact them first to confirm that they will honor your Roger Williams Park Zoo membership. Occasionally, organizations decide they no longer wish to participate in the reciprocal program, or change the terms of their participation. 

Definition of "family" for reciprocal purpose: 2 adults and 2 children (meaning only 2 adults and 2 children will be admitted at a reduced rate). 

 

Reciprocal List 
Updated January, 2014

United States