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Adventure Awaits! Every day, Denver Zoo seeks to inspire exploration and discovery, and creates connections with people, animals and nature. And every day, we’re working to save animals and conserve wildlife here and around the world. Your visit and...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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2300 N Steele St, Denver City Park, Denver, CO 80205-4899
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My wife loves to go to the zoo.
We have been to many zoos around this great county of ours.
I realize we visited the zoo in early January. I know a lot of people don’t go to the zoo this time of year.
This is not the biggest or best zoo in the states, but it is awfully nice. It's arranged almost in a circle, so easy to navigate and get around. The amenities are really great so it's fun for kids and adults. We love the great...More
Don’t miss the zoo lights next year - it was a fun evening strolling through the zoo and seeing the gorgeous lights! There was warming stations, hot chocolate, friendly people and lots of fun for the young children.
We chose the warmest day of our visit for this adventure high was 53 degrees. I was impressed that we were able to see every animal they had. Overall the zoo way a great way to spend 3 or so hours in Denver.
we explored the zoo in July and enjoyed the wide variety of exhibits, especially the giraffes and komodo dragon!. The park is beautiful and we enjoyed a brew while we walked around and took pics of the residents. Lovely place to get some fresh air...More
This is an excellent zoo. Always clean, and the animals seem well cared for. They have a great gift shop. But it is still a zoo and is still sad. Some of the animals seem like they should have bigger ateas and seem a little...More