Detroit Zoo is One of Michigan’s Largest Family Attractions. Open 362 Days a Year.
The Detroit Zoo has 125 acres of naturalistic habitats for more than 2,100 animals from aardvarks to zebras and features award-winning attractions such as the National Amphibian Conservation Center, Great Apes of Harambee and Arctic Ring of Life.
The Devereaux Tiger Forest occupies 1 acre in the Detroit Zoo’s Asian Forest across from the Holtzman Wildlife Foundation Red Panda Forest. The space has been reimagined to closely mirror the tigers’ native landscape of far eastern Russia with naturalistic elements important to tigers, including elevated vantage points, open spaces, wooded areas, pools, a waterfall and a “catnap” cave. The habitat offers multiple observation areas for guests, including expansive views through 85 feet of acrylic windows. A Land Rover intersects the acrylic window, with its hood inside the tiger habitat and the driver’s side in the public area, providing opportunities for close-up views – and amazing photo opportunities – of the tigers when they lounge on the hood of the vehicle.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network members must purchase tickets through the dedicated ticket link to redeem offer.
- Tickets must be printed and brought to the zoo for admission.
- For more information about the Detroit Zoo, please call (248) 336-5841.
- Macaroni Penguin photo credit Jennie Miller.
- This offer is only available on the Blue365 website.