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St. Louis Zoo

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St. Louis Zoo

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Boris E wrote a review Oct 25
Harrisonburg, Virginia613 contributions107 helpful votes
We had a chance to make a reservation the same day early in the morning for the afternoon block, starting at noon to closing on Saturday. Overall, it was a great experience from beginning to end. All guests are wearing masks, and there are a lot of activities around the zoo that appeal to any age. During our visit, we enjoyed visiting the prairie dogs and penguins. If you want to see the penguins a bit closer, you need to get another ticket near one of the entrances for a particular time slot. I would highly recommend it as a outdoor activity with family or couples. We will definitely we back soon!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jay W wrote a review Oct 23
Saint Peters, Missouri157 contributions11 helpful votes
Had to make reservations because Covic 19 and wear masks all the time. It was a cool afternoon day. The crowds were not there because it was an afternoon not during the Summer. I had not been there for over 15 years myself. Was able to cover 3/4 of it in 3 hours because it was not a hot Summer Day,
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lauri H wrote a review Oct 20
Saint Paul, Minnesota165 contributions39 helpful votes
Visiting from Minneapolis my adult son and I decided to go to the FREE zoo. What a clean beautiful zoo. It is very apparent they take good care of the animals and are very health and covid conscious. I would highly recommend this zoo if you are visiting the area.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AllissaQ wrote a review Oct 19
182 contributions46 helpful votes
First off can I just say I love this zoo, and have taken my kids since they were babies & now even though they’re teenagers I can usually talk them into it at least once a year. So I was excited to go yesterday......until I walked in and was instantly YELLED at by a male employee to pull my mask over my nose (I have a deviated septum so can’t breathe out of my nose.) So thank you to that employee for being such a rude person. Other than that one I didn’t have any problems for the rest of the day. Let’s be normal people. 🙄
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Date of experience: October 2020
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The Pidge wrote a review Oct 19
Wayne, New Jersey345 contributions87 helpful votes
I've visited many zoos in my travels and this is one of the better ones. It's on par with famous counterparts in San Diego, Denver, and the Bronx. I planned a couple hours and probably could have benefited from a couple more, and that's even with some exhibits and buildings closed because of pandemic-related safety concerns. The St. Louis Zoo is big and fun to explore without being completely overwhelming. Pretty much all the expected animals are featured here, as well as some usually found in aquariums. Equally intriguing is the fact the zoo is free, yet never feels like anything was accomplished on a strict budget. The enclosures are modern and spacious; the gardens and water features are impressive; the staff is friendly and genuinely happy to enhance the experience. Arrive early and park on the street (otherwise the parking lot will set you back $15); use the money saved on parking to buy tickets for the train, carousel, and some of the other exhibits within. You'll be glad you did.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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