Zoo in Texas


One-Year Membership for Two People or One Family at Wildcat Bluff Nature Center (Up to 58% Off)

Wildcat Bluff Nature Center

Amarillo

Nature-center members can hit the trails all year to admire the bluffs, learn about the historic Gregg Trail, or spot wildlife

$50 $25

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$19 for Visit for Two to Gator Country ($30 Value)

Gator Country

Beaumont

Crocodiles, snakes, and gators interact with visitors to a 15-acre reservation run by Gary Suarage, star of CMT’s Gator 911

$30 $19

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Safari Adventure for Two or Four at Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch (Up to 50% Off)

Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch

Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch

Safari trams ferry guests across 126-acre park to see and interact with exotic and endangered animals, such as kangaroos, bears, and lemurs

$24 $12

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Wildlife-Refuge Visit for 2, 4, or 10 at Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge (Up to 50% Off)

Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge

Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge

From behind a double fence, watch more than 40 types of rescued big cats in environs that simulate their native habitats

$30 $15

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Primate Encounter for Two or Four at The Texas Zoo (Up to 50% Off)

The Texas Zoo

The Texas Zoo

Along with general admission, families enjoy a hands-on encounter with the zoo’s primates, which includes feeding the lemurs

$80 $45

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East Texas Gators and Wildlife Park Admission for Two, Four, or Six (Up to Half Off)

East Texas Gators and Wildlife Park

East Texas Gators

Park in which guests can safely view alligators and variety of other wildlife; hands-on experience for people of all ages

$12 $6

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  • Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
    Designed by award-winning architect Gunnar Birkerts, the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's stainless steel building safeguards a multitude of work designed to intellectual engage viewers and invoke complex reactions. The museum's two galleries, the Brown Foundation Gallery and the Zilkha Gallery, collectively host 8?10 free exhibitions every year. The Brown Foundation spotlights work by internationally renowned artists and pieces organized around themes; past exhibits include a Kiki Smith survey and a showcase of performance art by black artists. The Zilkha, meanwhile, hosts the museum's Perspective Series, which gathers the work of emerging artists. The museum's Teen Council curates a biyearly edition of Perspectives, unveiling work by young, Houston-area artists that mine for deeper feelings than the normal teenage angst toward parents, teachers, and singing animatronic bears. The Teen Council also contributes to the museum's numerous programs, which include lectures and discussions for each show, as well as Musiqa concerts based on each Brown Foundation Gallery exhibition.
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    5216 Montrose Blvd.
    Houston, TX US
  • Fiesta Farm
    In the pens at Fiesta Farm, light scattered by the branches of tall trees warms a menagerie of mild-mannered pets. Youngsters cautiously reach out to touch the wooly ears of a llama or venture into the enclosure to laugh at the guttural babble of potbellied pigs. On the 15-acre ranch, Laredo, a bay-quarter horse, waits patiently to nuzzle guests or provide rides, and bunnies, an emu, and sheep compete for attention across the wooded landscape. Before and after visits, a shaded picnic area hosts pleasantly exhausted visitors, and the farm's barn is equipped with fans and heaters for the comfort of guests and to keep prima-donna billy goats from freezing their perms off in the wintertime.
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    8497 FM 1560 N
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Trinity River Audubon Society
    The largest urban bottomland hardwood forest on the continent, Great Trinity Forest is a sprawling 6,000-acre expanse of greenery that's home to more than 130 species of birds and Trinity River Audubon Center headquarters, named by D magazine one of the things You Must Do in Dallas. With your Family Pass you'll receive a plethora of exclusive perks, including a newsletter subscription, unlimited free admission for two adults and their children or grandchildren, free Third Thursday lectures, discounts on summer camps and other programming and amnesty in the coming avian war on mankind. Family Pass holders also gain access to restricted bird-watching hours on Friday and Saturday, ideal for observing the glamorous lives of the forest's American red-tailed hawk, horned lark, yellow-billed cuckoo, great blue heron, and more.
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    6500 South Loop 12
    Dallas, 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
  • Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge
    Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge comprises 3,621 acres of forests, prairies, and wetlands. And the best part is that more than 20 miles of trails allow guests to stroll through it all. On select nights, stewards add an extra dose of adventure to this landscape, leading evening strolls through the woods that allow visitors to witness in action the animals who call the land home.
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    9601 Fossil Ridge Rd
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • El Paso Zoo
    This 35-acre zoo in the heart of the city offers numerous opportunities to get close to the animals. Daily events include elephant trainings, giraffe feedings, and birds of prey demos that wow crowds. And, for kids who feel like aping the zoo’s apes, there’s also a treehouse playground that allows kids to play 16 feet off the ground.
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    4001 E Paisano Dr
    El Paso, TX US

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