Good size zoo, well layed out. Miss the polar bears, but nice group of anteatters and regular zoo inhabitants.
Nice place to spend 2-3 hours. Decorated for the holidays. Very logically organized and clean property. The animals look very content. I especially like the Elephant exhibit, which is very large and designed more for the Elephants than the public. The property includes a typical zoo food court, but I found the food selections to be better and more diverse... More
Wasn't a big zoo but they did have a lot of animals and the grounds were kept up nicely. The animal exhibits were well kept, clean and the animals looked like they were well taken care of. Price was on $8 I believe so was a great way to spend a few hours and not break the bank.
We love going to the Reid park zoo. It has a pretty good variety of animals and it is easy to navigate. Feeding the giraffes is always a highlight for my 2 year old. The zoo is pretty busy with activities all year long especially if you are a member. We especially love the ice cream social in late summer.... More
perfect place to have family outing, birthday party.....the is zoo is walkable in 2 hours, nice clean zoo,friendly staff,good food to eat.perfect time to visit in the winter, every animal is out and about.
We always look up the zoo whenever there is one available. Tucson's Reid Park Zoo is a gem. It was heartwarming to see how well the animals are cared for. You can easily see this by the cleanliness of animal's living quarters and the presentation of food to the animals. All food looked nutritious and presented in creative ways. Loved... More
We were visiting our daughter for the week-end and had two hours of free time before heading to the airport. We decided to visit the Reid Park Zoo. What a wonderful surprise. The zoo is not too big, so we were able to see everything in a short amount of time. Also, because of its size, you get to see... More
We visited for two hours and saw everything. There is a good selection of animals for a small zoo and it was laid out well. The otter was the best one to watch. We visited him twice, just wish there were others for him to interact with. The grizzlies were already hibernating despite it being over 80 degrees but we... More
For a Zoo in the middle of the city it is Great!! It has a nice selection of animals and is great for a half day adventure. If you go early (close to 9 am) you can watch them eating and at 10 am ( for $2.00) you can feed the giraffes. There is a nice gift shop and friendly... More
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