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Oasis of wildlife in downtown Manhattan where visitors can encounter more than 1,400 animals in a variety of habitats, including a tropical rain forest to view rare birds and icy Antarctica to view penguins and other chilly creatures.
All reviews sea lions snow leopard red panda ice age central park tropic zone penguin exhibit grizzly bear tropical house couple of hours general admission few hours new york big city the hustle and bustle animals feeding
First of all, I love zoos! I've visited zoos from all over the world. But this zoo is so tiny! Plus the admission fee is way too high for the experience. Worth not more than $5. But I did like watching the keepers train the...More
Often mistaken for the home of Alex and his Madagascar friends. A visit in the colder months is best as the zoo is specially catered to cold weather exhibits I.e. sea lions, snow leopards, penguins, grizzlies, Japanese alpine monkeys , seals etc . Worth a...More
This was one of my favorite parts to my NY trip. Moderately priced compared to other zoos I've been too. Awesome views if the birds in the tropic zone and of the red panda and sea lions. We got so close to the sea lions...More
The zoo is small however in saying that there is a walk in aviary where the birds fly freely. It is within walking distance to the hop on hop off bus stop. There was a variety of animal species and we loved the two bears...More
This is a small zoo with just a limited variety of animals. It is convenient to get to - within walking distance of the Wollman Rink and the Pond. It's small enough to include as part of a visit to NYC and Central Park. The...More
We were surprised there was a zoo right near the heart of New York in Central Park. We had visited the park on a previous visit and never knew it was there. We loved all the animals, especially the snow leopard. The tropical bird enclosure...More
This was an amazing experience. Especially the tropical climate created for birds is very unique and psychedelic. Watching snow-leopards, one of the rarest species in the world was jaw dropping. Overall good experience, but the zoo is bit small compared to other massive zoos.
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It will most likely be below 50 deg . There are some indoor exhibits but you will be outside most of the time . There are a lot of indoor fun activities that you can do at other places like museum of natural history... More
It will most likely be below 50 deg . There are some indoor exhibits but you will be outside most of the time . There are a lot of indoor fun activities that you can do at other places like museum of natural history especially with kids