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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

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3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45220-1333
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This historic working-class neighborhood is buzzing with social activity. It is a district filled with restaurants, breweries, shops, theaters, and a beautiful park. But hidden below the surface is a dark past. Long-forgotten corpses litter the area and may contribute to the supernatural claims that persist to this day. <br><br>From murderous rage to body snatching for medical dissection, we resurrect the buried secrets that make this one of Cincinnati's most haunted neighborhoods.<br><br>During the second half of the tour, you will enjoy the use of authentic paranormal detection tools in hotspots of activity.
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Andi S wrote a review Sep 18
Chattanooga, Tennessee3 contributions
The zoo is an all day experience, but it is worth it! It’s clean, designed very well, and has a great variety of animals! We loved watching Fiona and her mom splash around, and we had a lot of fun feeding the giraffes. I can’t wait to go back during the Christmas lights!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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whereverimayroamblog wrote a review Sep 17
Vero Beach, Florida760 contributions41 helpful votes
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This zoo is one of the best in the country and the second oldest. I’m not gonna lie, I go there to see Fiona, but they have plenty of other great animal exhibits to see, too. The penguins and meerkats are close runner-ups to the hippos. If you have kids, ride the train. It’s adorable.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JMMcD wrote a review Sep 9
Indian Rocks Beach, Florida700 contributions110 helpful votes
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - a great visit during COVID with great weather and a wonderful Team member that escorted us to see Fiona when we asked where she was. Page was her name and soon to be Page Turner one she gets married. She was the best guide on the way to see Fiona. We looked for the new baby Black Rhino was she and her mother were not out. Over all a great visit to the Zoo I grew up with before moving out of town.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Dave C wrote a review Sep 6
Illinois1,122 contributions196 helpful votes
One of the top rated zoos in the U.S. On average, to see the entire zoo likely takes about 4 hours. There's an outer route which takes one around the perimeter; and then you'll need to wind in the middle a bit. Quite a variety of animals - large enclosures. One of the more unusual things is that we saw a dog in the cheetah enclosure - apparently it helps with "becoming a cheetah" as if in the wild. The zoo has a manatee; which is more common in aquariums. Beyond that, they have nice paths all throughout with lots of shade or protection from the rain. They have a lot of indoor exhibits as well as outdoor exhibits. They had many food court areas offering a variety of food options. Works for kids and adults of all ages.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jkcarter wrote a review Aug 2020
Ohio157 contributions33 helpful votes
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We renew our zoo passes every year, so we are fans. The new Roo Valley and Penguin Encounter is too cute. The kangaroos were being lazy when we visited, but it was hot. We will go back in the morning. The penguins were really enjoying their new habitat and were showing off. Great date or family outing. They have signs posted where you need to distance and wear a mask, but most places you were free to remove it and enjoy the experience!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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