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The panda's and elephant's were great to observe. Luckily, we were able to hear the panda keeper give info regarding the panda's. I could have watched LeLe all day. Elephant's were fun to watch as they fed from the overhead barrels. Wonderful zoo. Would definitely...More
Memphis has a Zoo? Yup, even I didn’t know. We took our toddler to check it out and what a nice place.
There are all animals imaginable. Pandas, check. Oldest Elephant in the US, check. Even some extinct animals reside here. It was such a...More
The Memphis zoo is definitely one of the places you should visit if you are in Memphis for several days. It is one of the best zoos in the south with a large variety of animals to view and some fun activities for the kids...More
We love this zoo so much that we bought a membership. We are new to Memphis and have a now toddler, who loves to look at the animals. The attractions are varied and well-done and there are plenty of cooling stations in the warmer months....More
The Memphis Zoo is one of our favorite places to go because they always have something new to experience! I am not the biggest on reptiles but my daughter who was 4 at the time absolutely loved being able to get up close and personal...More
As relative newcomers to Memphis, we had heard great things about the zoo. With an unseasonably warm January day upon us, we bought our annual pass and embarked on our first visit. What an enjoyable afternoon! The diversity of the animals was incredible - including...More
During Christmas Zoo lights there is option to ice skate. The ice ring is formed in a temporary tent each year. The ice is well maintained. Skates are provided and lockers are available. Skating is an additional charge of $6.
We stopped on our way thru Memphis on a road trip home. Our 20 month old loved it. The exhibits were nice and clean. There was also a nice park and some hands on exhibits like drums for her to play with! The food was...More
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I suggest contacting the zoo through their website for your peace of mind. And not much within walking distance either, but lots of good restaurants. Don't miss Tom Lee Park while you're in the city, seeing the sun set over... More
I suggest contacting the zoo through their website for your peace of mind. And not much within walking distance either, but lots of good restaurants. Don't miss Tom Lee Park while you're in the city, seeing the sun set over the Mississippi is a memorable (and free!) experience.