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Nick S.
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Report | 8 hours ago
It's a great place to go with the family and kids.
Jonathan C.
Verified
Report | 4 days ago
Used my wife's pass to go, but had a great time with baby and her. Nice active animal displays. And, we didn't have to rush to see them all because we have a pass and can go again later!
marie
Verified
Report | 4 days ago
Great value! We upgraded to family membership. Money well spent.
Chase R.
Verified
Report | 4 days ago
Great deal! Everyone should be a member b/c it's a fabulous zoo!
Kristy
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Great zoo! If you want to go on the train and rides, it's an additional entry ticket, and you have to walk outside the front zoo gates, around the corner to enter. Not a great set up.
Jenny
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Processing time for the Membership was VERY slow. Be prepared to wait a month or more to receive it.
Jared Y.
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Bring snacks
Michelle
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Ride the train!
Susan T.
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Many upgrades since I was there years ago. They have done a great job. Very family friendly. Lots of parking.
Darlene g.
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Just enjoy
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Oakland Zoo was first established in 1922, but it didn?t find its permanent home until 1939, when it was thoughtfully constructed amid the rolling hills of Knowland Park. Today, Oakland Zoo is home to more than 660 animals, who thrive in biomes designed to mimic their natural environments.

The sprawling African savannah is one of the zoo?s largest habitats, housing hyenas, zebras, elephants, and giraffes. The centerpiece is a 1.5-acre lion exhibit called Simba Pori, which translates to lion county in Swahili. Inside, a pride of lions freely roam an enclosure outfitted with kopje rock structures, a pond, and a booth where the king can sign autographs.

Over in the rainforest habitat, chimpanzees and white-handed gibbons swing through the treetops. Emus and wallaroos?a cousin of the wallaby and the kangaroo?roam freely in the Wild Australia exhibit, accessible via one of the zoo?s rides, Outback Express Adventure Train. Other rides include the Endangered Species Carousel and Sky Ride, a chairlift that soars above the habitats and offers Bay Area skyline views.

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