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Memphis is an expansive zoo that is not over done with food stands and flashy scenery like many in the US. Very family oriented but as older adults we found it enjoyable. The terrain is mostly flat and easily handicap accessible. The animals for the...More
The zoo was an outstanding place to visit. There were a lot of animals that you don't see every day. We went to one of the food venues, they were out of 3 items. Other than being out of inventory, this was a great vacation...More
This is a very nice zoo; however the parking is a nightmare. Get there early if it is a nice day. We spent an hour just to get to the entrance to the parking lot! The zoo itself is laid out nicely and the animals...More
Memphis Zoo is a fun and fascinating family
adventure. From the wild enclosures to the up close adventures it's a fun day for the whole family. A great Summer destination. Watch for special days that allow you to bring your own food and picnic in...More
We visited the Zoo on a busy Saturday afternoon and we had a long wait time getting tickets but it was worth the wait. We found the zoo to be very clean and well run. The animals looked to be well treated and cared for....More
To put it simply, great animals and great vantage points to see them. The exhibits are large and easy to see the animals from multiple angles. Most of the exhibits have a glass viewing area so that you can take great photos without obstructions.
This was our first visit to Memphis Zoo and there were animals everywhere you turn. You weren’t having to walk to the next exhibit, the next animal was right there. Also, it seems like you are closer to the animals with the way the zoo...More
My wife and I visited the Memphis Zoo one Friday afternoon in March. We wanted to see the pandas, but we found that there were many other exhibits that were of interest. We particularly enjoyed the character and content of the section devoted to the...More
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I suggest contacting the zoo through their website for your peace of mind. And not much within walking distance either, but lots of good restaurants. Don't miss Tom Lee Park while you're in the city, seeing the sun set over... More
I suggest contacting the zoo through their website for your peace of mind. And not much within walking distance either, but lots of good restaurants. Don't miss Tom Lee Park while you're in the city, seeing the sun set over the Mississippi is a memorable (and free!) experience.