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Maryland Zoo to cut admission prices as temperatures fall

One of two female grizzly bear cubs vocalizes in the Polar Bear Watch exhibit at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. The zoo is dropping its admission prices through the winter.
One of two female grizzly bear cubs vocalizes in the Polar Bear Watch exhibit at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. The zoo is dropping its admission prices through the winter. (Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun)

BALTIMORE — As temperatures drop this winter, so will ticket prices for the Maryland Zoo.

Beginning Dec. 1 and continuing through Feb. 28, admission at the zoo will be $10 per person. That's compared to the usual price of $19 for adults, $16 for senior citizens and $15 for children 2 to 11.

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Children under the age of 2 always get in free.

Starting on Jan. 1, the zoo will be open four days a week — Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday — from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The zoo will resume its normal 7-day-a-week schedule and regular ticket pricing on March 1.      

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