Brookfield Zoo Tree Guide

Did you know that Brookfield Zoo is also an accredited arboretum?

Since the opening of Brookfield Zoo in 1934, the Chicago Zoological Society has had an international reputation for taking a cutting-edge role in animal care and conservation as well as providing a unique and natural experience for guests to enjoy via our many trees, flowers, and foliage. Our expansive walking trails offer visitors picturesque, tree-lined walks, and the zoo's historic Roosevelt Fountain is surrounded by an array of color thanks to blossoming flowers and plants awash in pollinating bees. The zoo's vibrant and flourishing landscape includes both native and nonnative trees.

Next time you visit, download our latest tree map and tree identification guide for a new perspective on the ways Brookfield Zoo is connecting you with nature. 
 

Download 2020 Tree Map

Download 2020 Tree Guide

Backstage Adventures at Brookfield Zoo

Behind the Scenes Adventure!

Go behind-the-scenes when you register for Backstage Adventures at Brookfield Zoo.

Sign Up for Zoo Classes

Parents and young explorers can experience serious fun at one of our Family Play Classes!

Teacher Classes at Brookfield Zoo

Register for Teacher Classes

Teachers can choose from a wide variety of unique courses for continuing education credit at Brookfield Zoo.

Free Admission for Military Personnel

To show appreciation for the hard work and dedication of the men and women in the United States Armed Forces, the Chicago Zoological Society is offering free admission to Brookfield Zoo to all active, reservist, and retired members of the military. Qualified personnel who present a valid ID at one of the zoo's admission booths will be admitted free of charge.