If you have a zoo near buy, consider buying a zoo membership to save money and have fun. While admission tickets seem quite expensive if you are going for the day, family memberships are usually very reasonable. If you go just once a month, the membership price is well worth while.
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Where can I find a list of the locations of zoos?
By Trudy from in the woods of PA
Philadelphia Zoo (215) 243-1100
3400 W Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Get directions
Cross Streets: Near the intersection of W Girard Ave and Lansdowne Dr/N 34th St
philadelphiazoo.org Good luck.
Do a search online. Most everyone has google (or go to google.com). Just type in the city or state and Zoo. Like if you're looking for zoos in your area, I'd search for Pennsylvania Zoos (doesn't need to be in caps, by the way).
Hope you find a great zoo, and you have fun looking at the animals!
Here's a link to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. They also show which zoos have reciprocal membership agreements. This can really save you money if you plan to go to multiple zoos.
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This is what you see first when you walk into the rainforest exhibit at our local zoo. I could watch this waterfall for hours.
This was my son's first camel ride and visit for Zoo Lights in Tacoma.
This is a shot in the Cleveland Metroparks. There is a walkway through the trees at the zoo and this is a shot of one of the bridges on that walkway.
This is my Grand-daughter Rebecca "Becca". This was a day at the zoo in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She just had a ball.
This is a page about visiting Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. A zoo with over 600 species of animals that has a wide variety of educational experiences.