A world of adventure awaits you at the Los Angeles Zoo! Experience biomes from around the globe from New World tropics to African grasslands to the Australian outback. Check out just a few of our major exhibits below.

Gorillas sitting at the Campo Gorilla Reserve exhibit

Campo Gorilla Reserve

The multilevel exhibit features lush greenery and cascading waterfalls and provides a stimulating environment for its resident gorillas.

View of the Chimpanzees of Mahale Mountains exhibit

Chimpanzees of Mahale Mountains

This expansive habitat aims to inspire awe and appreciation for the natural behavior of these endangered primates.

Elephants of Asia

Elephants of Asia

The largest habitat in the history of the L.A. Zoo, Elephants of Asia occupies “center stage” on our campus, at the very heart of the Zoo. The sprawling exhibit boasts a waterfall, deep bathing pools, a high-tech barn, and plenty of room to roam.

Rainforest of the Americas

Rainforest of the Americas

Rainforest of the Americas brings the wonder and beauty of the Amazon to Los Angeles. Monkeys howl, jaguars prowl, and giant otters swim and slide in this immersive 2.2-acre habitat.

Entry to Red Ape Rain Forest exhibit

Red Ape Rain Forest

Elevated platforms, fire-hose hammocks, bridges, vines, and other structures offer ample opportunities for the orangutans to climb.



If it hisses, rattles, or croaks, there’s a good chance you’ll find it in the LAIR. More than 60 amphibian, invertebrate, and reptile species are represented in this assortment of living jewels.