Along with general admission, families enjoy a hands-on encounter with the zoo’s primates, which includes feeding the lemurs
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$75 for primate encounter for two adults and two children ($150 value)
The Texas Zoo
The Texas Zoo brings guests up close to animals such as ocelots, coati, alligators, and owls. Visitors can wander the zoo path in search of their favorite big cats or the monkey enclosure, or attend one of the zoo’s many feeding and training programs to see otters, lions, and gators in action. In addition to self-guided tours, the zoo runs educational summer camps including the reptile weekend, conservation rangers, and Drawn to Animals art camp.
We loved The Texas Zoo. I hadn't been in over 20 years and it has changed so much. The Primate Feeding was so cool. I got some great pictures and videos even though it was raining. The staff was wonderful. They rescheduled since it started raining.
Holly P. ·
September 28, 2015
Great experience for my granddaughters. Head Keeper spent the time with them to explain about each of the primates they both fed and got to have on their shoulders.
Dewey K. ·
July 18, 2015
Have fun. Listen to keeper. Great experience. Bring grapes or crasins