This place is large so plan your visit. We went with a 13 month old. I would advise getting there early and taking the sky train to the polar bears and working your way down from there. We started at 10am and by 3pm had...More
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My wife and I visited the zoo since it had been selected as the best zoo in the U.S. We visited early morning. It's a very large zoo so we took the guided tour on the train. It was ok, but many of the animals...More
Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to spend a long day here! There are so many exhibits in an amazing setting. There are species here you are not likely to see in other zoos.
I don't know what I expected after all the hype about the zoo, but it was expensive to get in ($52) and to eat there ($5.95 for a coke, really?), there was a LOT of walking in the heat, and the animals mostly had the...More
My friends and I visited today and it was fantastic! I've only been to one other zoo but this was totally worth the money! I was disappointed that there were more elephants out considering the care taking display they had (we only saw one) but...More
My sisters & I visited the Zoo for the first time ever. First impressions are everything & this one was fabulous! Very clean, spacious, well maintained & laid out. We took the bus tour & loved it. Very informative, friendly & outgoing driver shared many...More
We've been to the Safari Zoo, but been here since 1960. What a difference. Our two year old grandson loved it. Lots of walking, got to see many animals even in pens, and several shows plus great petting zoo area. Food highly excessive priced, but...More
Happy place, happy animals, friendly staff, and you get the idea. Beautiful rock formations, vegetation, waterfalls, etc. Large enclosures for animals. Many species, something for everyone. Even the Mexican food at the cantina is good. Price may seem high for things, but the money goes...More