Zoos offer a safe and informative haven to observe wild animals, which typically nest inside department stores behind an impenetrable fort of last season's paisley trench coats. Get a better glimpse with today's Groupon to The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get an outing for two (up to a $39 total value).
- For $35, you get an outing for four (up to a $78 total value).
Each member of the outing receives:
- One adult admission (up to a $16.50 value).
- One train ride (up to a $3 value)
These Groupons may also be redeemed for child admissions (up to an $11.50 value) and senior admissions (up to a $13.50 value).
Founded in 1876, The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is the third-oldest zoo in the United States. Visitors to the animal sanctuary stroll through 160 acres of Druid Hill Park, welcomed into the homes of more than 1,500 birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles, representing nearly 200 species. The zoo's African slender-snouted croc represents the least studied of all 24 crocodile species. In the polar bear area, late-blooming Arctic explorers can set forth on a tundra buggy to view Anoki, Magnet, and Alaska, the bear the state was named after. Displays of local fauna can be found in the Maryland Wilderness area, also home to the Children's Zoo. A 10-minute train ride lets guests rest legs fatigued from provoking gazelles and zookeepers into leaping contests. The Jones Falls Zephyr commences its mile-long journey from the Farmyard and chugs all the way through African Journey on its way to Jones Falls Watershed.
After sating their gnawing hunger for zoological knowledge, impromptu scholars can have lunch at one of the zoo's several open-air eating areas. For transportation to the bustling epicenter of the animal kingdom, board the free tram or an escaped condor.
This Groupon is valid for admission only and may not be used for special events. Please present your Groupon at the admissions gate, because it is not valid for online ticketing.
The third-oldest zoo in the U.S. is home to some 2,000 animals, including polar bears, penguins, and chimpanzees.Frommer’s
The zoo has beautiful grounds, is well maintained, and has a lot of animals. The workers are friendly, and we really enjoyed our visit.Runwaychic, TripAdvisor, 8/2/11
Druid Hill Park
Baltimore, Maryland 21217Get Directions