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Memphis Zoo

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2000 Prentiss Pl, Memphis, TN 38112-5033
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ificouldonlyfly wrote a review Nov 2020
Yankton, South Dakota224 contributions74 helpful votes
I love zoos anyway, but when I found out the Memphis Zoo had pandas, it became a must-stop. The zoo is beautiful and clean and the animals had nice habitats and seemed happy. We were there in the morning and were excited to see the Pandas active and moving around. Then they got fed, and it was fun to just watch them sitting and eating. I was surprised at how small they seemed in real life. We spent an hour here, maybe a little more and didn't quite see half. We had a 13 hour drive home on the day we left, and I would've loved to have spent another hour or two here as it seemed like such a nice zoo. I will say that of all the places we visited, hardly anyone wore masks here, which was disappointing. The workers did, but many of the families didn't bother to have masks out at all, let alone on their faces. Also, they do not give out maps, you can take a picture of the map when you arrive or download one onto your phone. My one complaint about the zoo itself, was I wish there were more pointer signs helping me find the animals. I'm not so good with maps to begin with, and I could've used more direction signs; I had to ask employees a couple times to point me towards what I was looking for.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Jennifer B wrote a review Oct 2020
Park Hills, Missouri48 contributions6 helpful votes
Love the lay out and the themed architecture. The zoo is designed like and Egyptian temple and has a Nile river running through the entrance. Each area is themed. The panda exhibit is beautiful and the animals are easy to see. Big cat country has sections that look like it is from the temple of doom. Beautiful tigers among waterfalls and what looks like temple ruins. It's a must see.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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disneygeek31 wrote a review Oct 2020
Chicago, Illinois79 contributions26 helpful votes
Well, I know there are a lot of people that have been to the zoo. Yet, this one is a little different. It has a China pavilion which has pandas and since we were on vacation, I decided not to miss see them. It is a very well kept zoo but avoid the aquarium inside. There is not much to see and the line is way to long. The zoo it’s self has an ancient Egyptians decor and statues so that makes it a place to visit but purchase your tickets online. It will save you the wait and make the entrance process a lot faster. Save travels!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ralph W wrote a review Oct 2020
Madison, Alabama103 contributions25 helpful votes
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My wife and I visited the zoo on a Friday. This was a good day. Not crowded. Nicely laid out. Easy to follow markers on the street because maps were no available. I believe there is one on the zoo's app, but I couldn't download it because there is no wifi. Great big cat area. Nice large animal preserve for elephants, Rino's, etc. The bird area was very well done. The highlight was the giant pandas. Cute and interesting to watch. We spent an afternoon but could have gone all day but not at our age. It's a long way to walk for a pair of 70 somethings. Military discounts are offered.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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N Kraft wrote a review Sep 2020
Bloomington-Normal, Illinois235 contributions57 helpful votes
Really nicely spread out zoo with a wide assortment of animals. The exhibits were pretty and very clean. The pandas were very cool to see since there are so few places in the US to see them. Overall recommend visiting
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Date of experience: September 2020
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