Rolling Hills Zoo
Guest Updates

Pursuant to Saline County Face Mask Mandate:
Facemasks are to be worn in the Wildlife Museum and all buildings of the Zoo, as well as in any areas of the Zoo where 6’ social distancing cannot be maintained. Children age 5 and younger are exempt.

Please bring a face mask for yourself and your family to wear when visiting the Zoo.
Thank you for keeping your loved ones safe!

The Great Ape Building is closed due to the COVID-19 situation and for the safety of our animals.

Weather permitting, this exhibit will remain open through December 31, 2020!

Rolling Hills Zoo's newest outdoor exhibit, Return of the Dinosaurs, will feature incredible dinosaurs who once roamed the earth. Ever since the first dinosaur was discovered, these magnificent and mysterious creatures have captured the imaginations of young and old alike, but one could only wonder how they moved and what their vocalizations sounded like . . . . that is until they were brought to life through animatronic technology. Located adjacent to Kid's Country and in the lobby of the Wildlife Museum, this exhibit is included with your Zoo admission.

(If we are experiencing inclement weather or when the temperature drops below 45 degrees, the animatronics portion of the “Return of the Dinosaurs” exhibit will not be functioning, but you will still be able to roam among the dinosaurs.)

Let your Wild Side ROAR this year at Rolling Hills Zoo!
FOR NO-CONTACT ADMISSION, we encourage you to purchase our tickets online at