If possible pre buy your tickets before you go on-line. Seniors get a discount. This will help you to bypass the crowds at the gate. Drive in early to get a good parking spot near the entrance. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a stroller for your small children. It is a good time to be in by 9.30am . The animals are waiting for there feed and are active. My grandson eyes lit up when he heard the great big cats roar. The zoo is well laid out, so take it slowly so that it is enjoyable for you as well as the children. They should have had a pet farm were small domestic animals could have been petted, this would have been the best hands on experience for the children.
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