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This second oldest zoo in the U.S., considered one of the best in the country, is most renowned for its endangered species and birthing programs, particularly for gorillas and white tigers, and has a wonderful collection of felines and a delightful...more
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We were there for the festival of the lights, but also there during the day. Unfortunately it was raining and cold, so most of the animals were pretty inactive or not even outside. Even the ones that were still on exhibit (several were removed due...More
It was cold the day we went so a lot of animals were not out and that's totally understandable. It also wasn't crowded and we totally enjoyed ourselves! The gorillas were adorable and the lions were very active. Even though we didn't get to see...More
Whatever the season, this visit will be a highlight of your time in the city. Give yourself time, though... it is a huge zoo filled with countless exhibits - most of which are hands-on. Just the walk through the grounds is an adventure with all...More
The accolades that the Cincinnati Zoo receives are richly deserved but do not do it justice. Every exhibit is accessible and most are interactive in some way. It is difficult to see it all in one visit, but what you do see will make the...More
Carefully landscaped for the comfort of both its animal residents and human visitors, this large and beautiful zoo provides a perfect place to visit anytime of the year. A variety of large shade trees offer relief from summer heat, and thousands of Holiday lights illuminate...More
Since we last visited this attraction in 2015 they have added additional lights. Whenever we get to Cincinnati at the Holiday season we will always take in a visit to see the lights and enjoy the season. Great for this time of year.
My daughter wants to go 24/7 but the times we do she cries because she said Harambe didnt deserve what happened to him....He just wanted to play with the little boy and be nice they didnt have to kill him.......Yall dont know what that does...More
Although all the animals were not present (it was very chilly outside) the zoo was amazing. The exhibits themselves were incredible. A lot of time and passion went into this place, and it was a fun stop for our trip!