During our stay in New York we felt we should visit the zoo It's set in a beautiful location and is easy to get to via bus Only $12 per adult to get it in, which is a date admission. It is a very small...More
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I come from Westchester County where we have the Bronx Zoo. So when i am in NYC and the WCS (wildlife conservation society) has the Bronx Zoo, Central Park zoo, prospect park zoo, queens zoo and New York aquarium zoo, of course I’m going to...More
I'm very particular about the zoos I will visit. The idea of animals being plucked from the wild and put on display for our entertainment makes me feel ill, but if the organization is making an effort to conserve wildlife I'm all for it. I...More
First time in NYC, in Central Park, so of course a trip to the zoo was a must. When I paid I didn't think it was too bad of a price, but then when we walked around and saw how small it was, I felt...More
Even on a cold November day, there were still lots of people. It's definitely a treat, with lots of exhibits and friendly and fun staff. check out the childrens zoo too and the theater.
I will start by saying my 10 yr old daughter loves Red Panda and as soon as she saw they had some there, it was a must see. The cost of admission was really reasonable. we did not get the 4D movie option. I think...More
Very cheap to get into, easily accessible from the park and simple to navigate. But it’s old, tired and quite sad. The animals aren’t in a breeding program, there’s no welfare work. They’re literally locked up here for us to gawp at. Small enclosures, animals...More
As the title says, we loved the zoo so much (honestly it's great value for money) that we went on the first day and the last day of our holiday - I could have watched the sea lions for hours. Really helpful staff, not too...More
Although this is a small zoo, there is a lot in it, and definitely worth a visit. Was very impressed
Great place to spend a few hours watching seals, bears, penguins, and leopards. Even at midday on a nice weekend, the park wasn't unbearably crowded.