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The Maryland Zoo

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The Maryland Zoo

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1 Safari Pl, Baltimore, MD 21217
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Baltimore Penn Station42 min
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mdpters wrote a review Dec 2020
woodbine, MD72 contributions74 helpful votes
Went 12/12/20. A big disappointment. The entire children’s area is completely closed due to covid restrictions. Kids can look at alpacas, goats, donkey..that’s all. And there is a ton of walking just to get into the zoo and through the disappointing kids area. Africa area was okay with zebras lions, chimps, cheetahs and because it was cool weather the animals were out. But that’s all there is to see and do. Oh also penguin area and polar bears who just walk back and forth. Not worth the admission fee at all.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jacob H wrote a review Dec 2020
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I recommend fireing most of the workers there. iv never been treat so poorly in my life. its extremely obvious they dont want to be there. this zoo is extremely far from my home and these jerks made our trip down right awful and one male worker even went so far as to follow us around the zoo. Weve payed to be a member here for years. next year i will be paying to be a member elsewhere. if u ppl cant handle working during covid then shut down till its over. If ur open to the public then act right.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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yellowbirdVermont wrote a review Nov 2020
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I haven't had a chance to visit the Maryland Zoo since the elephant area was finished. It was a treat to see the new areas. The Christmas lights were in place for the event of the opening celebration at the end of the week. I wish that we were able to stay for that but we couldn't. The placement of the lights looked like it was going to be a spectacular sight. The zoo had safety precautions in place. We had to reserve our time to enter. There were hand sanitizer stations all over. 6" foot signs were in place to remind people to distance. Unfortunately, the train was not in operation or the shuttle for safety reasons. There are accommodations for people that cannot walk to the usual starting area.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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GMC-Mom wrote a review Jul 2020
Milford, Connecticut9 contributions5 helpful votes
Great trip to the zoo! They have planned well for their reopening and are handling the COVID-19 virus beautifully. Very clean, organized and the animals are so well taken cared of!! Great trip - lots of shaded pathways for hotter summer months! Highly recommend for families with younger children!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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rmartinmitch wrote a review Mar 2020
Boston, Massachusetts364 contributions145 helpful votes
During our recent trip to Baltimore, we participated in the zoo's Breakfast with the Chimps program. What fun! The event was limited to 35 participants, who came to the zoo early and had a buffet breakfast in the monkey area. It was centered around kids, with special activities and speakers. Zoo staff and volunteers were there to run the show. The staff was fantastic and the event was really, really special. Afterwards we had an opportunity to explore the zoo. Not the largest zoo we have ever visited but very clean and well organized with just enough animals to make it all interesting. A great event, the zoo advertises other breakfast programs, including with the penguins. Highly recommended. You will need advance reservations.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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