A smell gem in Wilmington's Brandywine Park, the Brandywine Zoo hosts common and endangered species from across the globe. Brandywine Zoo is one of over 200 accredited members of the American Zoo and Aquarium Association. There, red pandas live by the North American river otters, a green tree python, a prehensile-tailed skink, as a tiger prowls a protected semi-natural habitat. Throughout the season, the zoo packs in weekend reptile shows that demonstrate the unusual powers of cold-blooded species, educational programs, and a weekly story time.
Visitors can also nosh at an on-site snack bar and browse the Zootique gift shop.
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America’s first zoo is now also home to America’s first animal highway system. The Zoo360 system at Philadelphia Zoo features a series of elevated trails that link similar habitats and allow lions, orangutans, and blue-eyed lemurs to roam from one to another. The trails work on a timeshare system so predator and prey don’t end up in the same area at the same time.
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Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Browse a variety of living things, such as plants and animals, at this zoo and go home with some new knowledge about nature and animals.
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Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.