We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Don't miss this exciting metropolitan zoo best known for having the largest collection of primates in the United States and for its Rainforest exhibit, which features a thrilling simulated tropical rain storm.
People of all ages will remember this zoo experience as elephants walk along side guests and tigers lounge above as their human visitors pass underneath. Guests will enjoy a full day wandering the flower laden grounds (in season) between recently renovated open air animal habitats...More
Truly a must see when in Cleveland! So many improvements have been made over the years, not only for for the visitors, but for the comfort of the animals as well! The Zoo is divided into several areas: Australian Adventure; African Savanna; Northern Wilderness Trek,...More
The layout was very good. Walking easy. Paths clean lined with lots of wonderful trees. Animals tended to be in two but often turned their backs! Pair of barn owls we face on. The orange oranagan baby entertained us. She was in constant motion.
This is a great place for families, couples and single. We have a membership and go three to four times a year. They have a shuttle that take you to the primate area year round and have one to the Tiger and bear area part...More
What a beautiful zoo, so well taken care of, friendly and welcoming, well presented and laid out. Informative and fun, but exhausting. There is a lot of walking to do if you want to see it all.
Get up close with African elephants, giraffes, tiger,...More
This zoo was very nice and big. It took us all day to go through and see everything. Most of the animal exhibits are amazing. Along with admission to the zoo, you get admission to the rain forest with is also incredible. Feeding area for...More
Start at 10AM & finish around 4PM. It's a large zoo & depending on your walking status & how many people are in your group or if you are by yourself or with 1 person....take the time to look & learn about the animals in the... More
Start at 10AM & finish around 4PM. It's a large zoo & depending on your walking status & how many people are in your group or if you are by yourself or with 1 person....take the time to look & learn about the animals in the exhibits. Also, don't go when it is 90 degrees...better to go when the weather is around 70 degrees.