We took our four year old over the weekend. The zoo wasn't crowded and there were a decent number of animals to see. The jaguar was really active and there were a lot of neat snakes. Note they are doing renovations - no gift shop...更多
When my two grown sons asked where there was a zoo near by so that they could sketch animals for their art portfolios, I instantly said The Stone Zoo! I grew up near by and remember fondly all the trips to see the animals. My...更多
While not as large in size as the Franklin Park Zoo by any means, we've always liked the Stone Zoo for it's convenience, parking, and location. In addition, the Zoo Lights, a traditional Christmas light display, is excellent.
I remember coming here as a child, and having a wonderful time. perhaps with age comes cynicism, or too much knowledge of how these animals live. But the attractions were smaller, sadder and in more disrepair than I recalled as a child. I wish the...更多
The Stone Zoo is the baby sister of the Franklin Zoo, a much larger zoo owned by the same owners. We were taking care of our grandchildren age 2 1/2 and the zoo was only 10 minutes from the house. When we entered the ticket...更多
We visited the Stone Zoo for the first time today. It is small, but the variety of animals is excellent. You won't find the largest wild animals (no lions, tigers, giraffes), but there are snow leopards, black bears, alligators, flamingos and more. It is clear...更多
What a nice little zoo. My 11 year old and I spent a couple of hours here today. They have bears, cougar and leopard among other great animals. The zoo is under renovation, but still nice and fun to go through. We had a great...更多
Princess day, a day filled of little girls running around in their favorite Disney Dress, even some of the grown ups participated. The Princesses were Fabulous even though the Little Mermaid had an eerie resemblance to Miley Cyrus. I think there were a lot of...更多