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Based on reviews we were excited to go to the Greenville Zoo. Granted it was a weekday in January and a little bit cool, but the zoo was a disappointment. Several displays were empty and others seemed unkept and dirty. The lions and giraffes were...More
The Greenville Zoo is a small zoo but with a good variety of animals. It is an accredited zoo by the AZA which means it meets some rigorous standards.
The good part about this zoo is you can see animals up close because the exhibits...More
Took us about 2 hours to go through. Nice area for the animals, a pleasant hilly path for people. Some paths kind of steep so it could be tricky for a wheelchair-bound individual, but folks with strollers managed quite fine. Theres a super fun free...More
The Greenville Zoo, located just outside of Downtown Greenville, is a small, but big enough for a lot a fun. They have a large variety of animals. It’s clean, but, don’t totally enforce smoking, which I totally disagree with, being I’ve seen people smoking around...More
While align along swamp rabbit trail my wife and I decided to visit the zoo. This is as our first time to this zoo and we were very glad we went
The zoo is kept very clean and the animals were surprisingly all out on...More
Our experience with the zoo itself is limited, we visit Greenville multiple times a year and even though we go to the zoo, we usually just use the park and the trail system around the zoo. Great walking trails right by a stream that is...More
My husband and I are avid zoo and aquarium patrons so we couldn't wait to check this place out! While it is small, it's a beautiful set up with lovely greenery and a stone path to all the animals. It was one of our most...More