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Amy K.
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Report | a month ago
Even in the winter, it's a great experience and there's a lot to see. "Rainforest Falls" provides a lovely respite from the cold. Definitely check out the day's schedule ahead of time, if you can--there are feedings, handler talks, etc., that really enrich the experience. We had a marvelous time and enjoyed every minute of it!
Bridget C.
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Report | 2 months ago
Highly recommend the Rainforest exhibit!
Linh C.
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Report | 4 months ago
Lots of babies at the zoo right now!
Biplab B.
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Report | 4 months ago
go on a weekday. The crowds are really less, it feels like your own little private zoo.
HollySue P.
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Report | 7 months ago
Love it
Michael B.
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Report | a year ago
Get there early on days when kids are off from school. A very popular place, but an awesome zoo. : )
jason v.
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Report | 2 years ago
We love that zoo, it's so much easier to navigate then Toronto.
renee k.
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Report | 2 years ago
Busy!!!!
Joyce v.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great zoo for families. Worth the drive from St. Catharines. Not as authentic-feeling as,say Toronto's, but much more do-able with small children. Enjoyed by all the children with us, from ages 1 - 13.
Alicia J.
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Report | 2 years ago
We had a great time at the zoo! Our kids are 8 and 16 months and there was stuff for all of them. So glad we went.
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The third-oldest zoo in the United States, the Buffalo Zoo was originally founded in 1875 as a deer park in the northwest corner of Delaware Park. Since then, it has grown into a 23.5-acre home for diverse species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish, all under the care of the Zoological Society of Buffalo, an organization dedicated to advancing the conservation of the world?s exotic, endangered, and ordinary animals. Within its habitats, creatures ranging from Asian elephants to poison arrow frogs serve as ambassadors from far-off kingdoms, and at the Delta Sonic Heritage Farm?s 1800s-era barn, a collection of berkshire pigs, southdown sheep, and other farm animals represents the fauna that once commonly lived along the Erie Canal. To carry out its educational mission, the zoo regularly hosts programs such as behind-the-scenes workshops and Zoo Snooze, in which kids can stay over for the night and wake up alongside the lions roaring angrily at their rooster alarm clocks.

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