Spring Training Sea Lion Shows at the Saint Louis Zoo

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See the amazing sea lions at the Saint Louis Zoo perform for the crowd and cheer them on from the bleachers as the popular Sea Lion Spring Training Shows return. You'll see these beautiful animals perform flipper walks, ball balancing, high dives, and lots of splashing! 

Spring Training Sea Lion Shows will be held daily March 13-28 at 1 and 3 p.m. Shows will be held on Saturdays and Sundays from April 3 - May 9. Admission for those shows is $3.95 per person, free for children under age 2.

Schedule is weather permitting. Tickets are available 45 minutes prior to showtime at the Sea Lion Show ticket booth at Sea Lion Sound. Shows are first-come, first-served and seating is limited. Daily summer shows begin May 14.

Sea Lion Shows are held at Sea Lion Sound. All Zoo visitors must make free, timed reservations prior to visiting. Masks/face coverings are required for everyone age 9 and up, including those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

More information and reservations: stlzoo.org

Note: 2019 photo.

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