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Nationally award-winning Woodland Park Zoo is a 92-acre zoological garden dedicated to the conservation of wildlife. Featuring more than 1,000 animals representing nearly 300 species from around the world, a visit to Woodland Park Zoo will make your...more
We went there for a short weekend getaway. The zoo is not big, but it exceeded our expectation. It has many cultural elements and not just the animals. My 6 and 3 year old had a blast there, excited about everything they saw. We also...More
Having been to lots of zoos, I really liked this one. The layout was easy to follow and you didn't feel as though you'd missed anything.
It was fairly quiet when we visited and not sure if it was due to the season, but none...More
Busy sunday at the Woodland Park Zoo. Parking was a nightmare. Worst nightmare. All lots full. Parked on street. Animals were out, hard to take pictures with glare of sun on windows. Most exhibits were packed with bodies. Only a few of the food venues...More
The Woodland Park Zoo is most notable for it's large areas of green space, including picnic areas and play areas for the kids. They have a carousel, which the kids love, and many animal exhibits. I would recommend the birds of prey presentation, if you...More
We came on a gorgeous day to the zoo and got there about 2:30 not realizing the zoo closed at 4. Not enough time to see everything in that time frame. Giraffes were in cages and not in the savanna exhibit. Gorillas and orangutans were...More
It was so nice to see the animals enjoying their habitats. The monkeys were playing non stop during our visit. The assortment of animals is nice and with so many view points of each enclosure, you are sure to see your favorites.
We visited with our daughter to celebrate her third birthday, and she had a blast. It was cold the day we went (it even snowed a bit!), so some animals weren’t out for viewing, but those that were looked healthy and well taken care of....More