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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
This might be a small zoo, but had all the animals and charm of any zoo you could attend. It did not take long to see everything but still a good place to visit. there was hardly any crowd around. which is always a plus.
This zoo by far is one of the best zoos that I have been to in New England! The is a variety of animals to see. One of my favorites is seeing the Lions and Tigers. What I like best is they are up close...More
I may be a zoo snob since I live in Ohio close to 2 amazing zoos but this one is the worst I've been to.. the animal exhibits were very small and unkempt.. vines and trees blocked most views and plaques making viewing or learning...More
The Franklin zoo comes to life at night during the month of October. The zoo is decorated with thousands of pumpkins representing various scenes of the animal kingdom and other surprises We had a magical 40 min stroll last night walking through the zoo. The...More
We were almost the only visitors there without strollers or small children in tow. The facility has added amusement park kiddie rides instead of improving the animals’s surroundings or the viewing experience. The Bird’s House had exotic species but crumbling steps to enter the building....More
Brought the family to the zoo on a Saturday for some fun. Luckily we got there early because the parking seemed to be an issue for people arriving when we were leaving. The kids loved it. Surprised of the lack of concession stands though. Not...More
This is a small zoo. It is more of a park, but it is pretty. If you really want to see birds then you have hit it jackpot. You need to walk all over to see the different parts of the zoo. Take your time...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.