The Philadelphia Zoo’s 42-acre Victorian garden is home to more than 1,300 animals, many of them rare and endangered. The Zoo, fulfilling its mission of conservation, science, education and recreation, supports and engages in conservation efforts to protect endangered species aroun...
Opened in 1874, this is the first zoo in the US. It's home to more than 1,300 animals, many of which are rare & endangered and is the only zoo breeding giant otters in North America.
Sea otters are amazing
Park in the frog lot on the street behind the zoo. So much easier to get out.
An early-morning, Christmas Eve fire in the 'World of Primates' building killed 23 animals in 1995, all endangered species. In 1999, the 'Peco Primate Reserve' opened to replace the lost building.
If you have a family, get a membership! One visit a year and it practically pays for itself! You get entry to the Treehouse with it as well.
see the baby monkey!
The big snapping turtle is named Meatball. He breathes air, so if you wait long enough, he'll have to move, and that is an impressive sight indeed.
Its a great place to bring your children (as an excuse to come yourself)!
Had a blast..Be sure to wear your sneakers!
If you have time, check out the Philly Zoo! America’s 1st zoo features 1,600+ animals from around the world & 42 acres of picturesque Victorian gardens. Pack lunch & have a picnic!
Go after 2pm on school days to avoid the massive field trip crowds!
Visit First Niagara Big Cat Falls and you just might be lucky enough to see the new African lioness Tajiri!
dont come to the zoo hungry the food prices will full on rape your wallet...
Do yourself a favor and pack your lunch. The food is outrageous
Go see the polar bears! Love seeing them swim from the lower viewing area.
Avoid field trips and little children at all costs.
See the baby giraffe, she is too cute
I love this place.
Do the swan boats, they're silly but fun.
Pack a lunch and eat at the impala fountain. The mist feels great on a hot day!
This is Americas first Zoo.Make sure you plan on paying for parking here.leave your self enough time at this Zoo very popular.they are always upgrading this Zoo. this is a Great Zoo to visit.Have Fun.
Check out the McNeil Avian Center. Many colorful birds to see there.
This place is elephantasic!
If you go to the Tiger Lot late and no one is there, just park!
Going to the Summer Ale Fest here is one of the best decisions you could ever make!
take the kids, a great place to spend the day
hahaha !~amazing here !~
Do not go on a rainy day...lol
Lions, and tigers and bears, oh my!
Channel six news balloon is officially dead.
As mayor, I encourage you to visit the zoo. Ride the camels.
How come you don't see any Bichons at the zoo?
Love this place!
Great exhibits, hilarious staff and a wonderful atmosphere! (Get the Breyer's ice cream, you won't regret it.)
Where the wild things are!
Animals are still way better than most children (and parents)
Great family zoo, but bring bug spray!
Lame zoo. I'd rather be at the aquarium
New children's zoo is awesome!
The new petting zoo is amazing for kids of any age!
Cool place, not that big, but the animals are very close and easy to see.
New parking garage open!!
America's first zoo, the best exhibits here are the Big Cats and the Primate Reserve. Watch out for peacocks, they're not as nice as they look!