CLEVELAND — A little more than a month after reopening, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is no longer requiring advance reservations beginning on Saturday, August 1.
In a post on its Facebook page, the Zoo said that measures including a reduced capacity, physical distancing, and frequent cleaning and sanitation will remain in place. The Zoo said that even with its current 75 percent capacity, attendance has remained low. Previous reservations that have been purchased will still be honored and guests are still able to purchase tickets in advance online or at the Box Office.
Meanwhile, advance reservations for the Asian Lantern Festival are still required. The Asian Lantern Festival runs through August 23.
Customers are asked to visit FutureForWildlife.org for more information.