It may not be San Diego sized, but for its size it packs in a lot of really good stuff. It is always filled with families, who cherish their local zoo.
We had a group of 7 adults and 3 littles and had a great day. There were plenty of places to sit down and rest. The kiddos had fun and the grown-ups did too. Be sure to stop to see the polar bears. They are real show-offs, tossing stuff up at us. We got some great videos of them doing... 更多
This is a really nice zoo. The animals have a good environment, with the ability to get some privacy and large and natural looking enclosures. They have a good breeding program, which only happens in a zoo where the animals are relatively happy.
It's best to go during the week, early in the day, if you're there between the hours of 9-12 you get to see the zoo keepers feed the animals
You need to get there before 11:00 am in order to buy a day pass to ride the train from the zoo to the Bio-park or vice a versus. You not only see all the animals but a short ride on a train and the Japanese gardens it is just a nice way to spend a day.
Love this place. The animals are well cared for and very active, though I wish the keepers were a little more attentive of the crowds. Some parents let their children throw things in the enclosures which is really not good.
We have visited zoos on several continents, but I still think after years of visiting the Albuquerque Zoo, first as a child and then as a parent, that it is one of the best. My daughter thinks it IS the best, however. It is large but manageable and has many fascinating animals throughout.