Zoo in Brenham


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  • Houston Zoo
    Home to more than 6,000 animals, the Houston Zoo allows visitors to do much more than simply watch wildlife from a distance. Kids will love getting to feed the Masai giraffes, pose for a picture with a sea lion, or watch the elephants receive their morning baths.
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    6200 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX US
  • Houston Zoo
    The rhino tour at Houston Zoo leads groups behind the scenes to meet and snap photos with a white rhino. Other excursions explore the lifestyles and eating habits of giraffes, elephants, cheetahs, and sea lions.
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    1513 Cambridge St
    Houston, TX US
  • Capital of Texas Zoo
    More than 500 animals inhabit the grounds at Capital of Texas Zoo, a haven for wildlife education and a breeding ground for more than 14 endangered species. The zoo's residents include zebras, ringtail lemurs, and a rare white tiger, not to be confused with a ghost tiger. Other appearances from the animal kingdom include peacocks, kangaroos, turtles, and lions. Educational animal shows highlight a specific member of the zoo, such as the Wings show, which stars eurasian eagle owl Hedwig, who has made appearances on Late Show with David Letterman and in the movie Furry Vengeance. The zoo also takes to the road with traveling animal shows that involve a cast of six exotic reptiles, mammals, and birds, which makes appearances at birthday parties, schools, or events. With lessons catered to the age of the audience, the animals teach children to respect other living things and remind adults why they can?t keep falcons as pets.
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    376 Jenkins Rd.
    Cedar Creek, TX US
  • Austin Zoo
    Austin Zoo originated as Good Day Ranch in 1990 featuring pony rides and goat-milking demonstrations. Over the next four years, the founders began rescuing exotic animals and evolving into a rescue center, renaming the facility under its current moniker. After becoming a safe haven for more than 300 rescued animals of more than 100 different species, the Austin Zoo began the process of becoming a nonprofit organization, which it completed in 2000. Housed in native Texas Hill Country enclosures, the animals can enjoy real grass and landscaping instead of concrete exhibits or studio apartments. African lions and Bengal tigers stretch out in the big cat habitats while colobus monkeys and a marmoset swing from tree to tree in monkey areas. In addition to wild creatures, the zoo houses domesticated animals such as a miniature donkey, potbellied pigs, and llamas.
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    10808 Rawhide Trail
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Nature and Science Center
    In the Austin Nature & Science Center's Naturalist Workshop, kids can examine specimens through a microscope and swap rocks and shells for other cool finds at the Trade Counter. In the Dino Pit, meanwhile, adventurers can walk through the bronze-cast rib cage of a mammoth in order to examine fossils found in Austin.
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    301 Nature Center Dr
    Austin, TX US
  • Dewberry Farm
    Dewberry Farm opens its gates to let the public browse its vast land in search of fall- and farm-themed attractions. The centerpiece of the farm fun is the four-acre corn maze, which challenges guests to navigate three miles of path before reaching freedom. The entrance of the walking-puzzle is manned by the Corn-cierge, who will provide game sheets to solve brainteasers peppered throughout the maze and tridents for defense against people left behind from last year's maze. Celebrate survival at the farm's 16-acre pumpkin patch, where both carving and cooking pumpkins can be purchased ($0.50 per pound, $1 minimum per pumpkin). For an additional $3, jack-o-lantern aficionados can take a stroll through Punkin' Hollar, featuring more than 500 lighted carved pumpkins in a nature setting with trees, animals, and night sounds.
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    7705 Farm to Market 1489
    Brookshire, TX US
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