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Franklin Park Zoo is home to incredible animals from around the globe. Visitors can stand face-to-face with the Zoo's seven western lowland gorillas at one of five glass viewing stations in the state-of-the-art indoor exhibit. Also, be sure to also...more
I love zoos and have been to several, including ones out of the country. I didn’t expect this to be a top notch zoo due to the price of admission but I also didn’t expect it to be well below any of the zoos I’ve...More
On its own, Franklin Park Zoo would be a pretty decent zoon. Compared to other zoos in the area, it mediocre, particularly for the price. At $24.95 for an adult ticket, there was not (comparatively) a lot to see. What really annoyed my wife and...More
Went there to see Dino at zoo. Kids loved it. We went even twice to see it. Then went and see all animals and play at playground, touch tiny goats, climbed to birds nest, and had lunch at cafe with fresh cocked food.
a great place for children! many different animals, carousel, playground! very well thought out vacation. on the territory there is a cafe with food and ice cream. Really liked the house with butterflies! come necessarily !!! Ticket for adults- 24$, for children- 12$ or 14...More
I wanted to take my granddaughter to the zoo, but after reading some of the reviews on this site I was a little wary. Having gone to school in the area back in the 60's, I thought I would check it out. I have to...More
on july 29,2018 visited with family including 5 kids under the age of 13. Had made reservation for an electronic cart because I am handicapped and need assistance for mobility. When I bought the admission tickets I asked for the cart and was told they...More
Was in Boston for a few days and my girlfriend said we had to go here! That was fine, I like zoo's.
Admission was $23 each for two adults. Once inside the zoo, I have to admit, I wasn't very impressed! It was small for...More
Last weekend was the first time I brought my 15-month-old daughter. She *loved* it and learned many new animal words. We probably got lucky, but all the animals seem to be very active. The gorilla family with the silverback dramatically walked out together. The tigers...More
It's obvious that this zoo (if you can call it that now) has seen MUCH better days. It's insane that a wealthy city like Boston can't properly fund a zoo. There aren't very many animals and the landscaping is terrible. They have a playground which...More