Let's Go to the Zoo

Around the USA

Sedgewick County Zoo, 5555 Zoo Boulevard, Wichita Kansas, (316) 942-2213
Amphibians - Birds - Fishes - Mammals - Reptiles! Take a virtual trip to Wichita Kansas. Games, Adventures & other fun stuff.
Hours: Summer Hours, Open 8:30 AM to 5 PM, Every Day! Directions


The Beardsley Zoo, 1875 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport CT 06610-1646, 203-394-6565
has a proud history of over 75 years as Connecticut's only zoo. Committed to the preservation of endangered animals and are actively developing strategies that will protect species and preserve their wild habitats.
Hours: Open from 9 am to 4 pm every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. The New World Tropics Building is open from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm daily. The Carousel Museum is open seasonally from 10:30 AM to 4 PM.
General Admission: Adult (ages 12 & older) $7, Child (ages 3-11) $5, Seniors (ages 62 & older) $5, Under 3 years FREE, Zoo Society Members FREE

Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration
At Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, we can now explore the amazing worlds of the ocean like never before. Come and be part of the exploration. Come see the denizens of the deep. Examine the extraordinary geological features of the ocean floor. Directions

Rhode Island

Roger Williams Park Zoo, 1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02907, 401-785-3510
Houses over 957 animals representing 156 species. Includes children's farmyard exhibit, a carousel, and a playground. Site has general information, an exhibit overview, animal photos, descriptions and videos, education program summary and conservation information.

New York Polar Bear

Aqua Zoo, Alexandria Bay, NY, (315) 482 5771
Located on the Canadian border. Over 300 varieties of marine life on display in over 20 exhibits and more than 10,000 gallons of fresh and sea water, the Aqua Zoo is one of the largest privately owned aquariums of its kind in the United States or Canada.

Atlantis Marine World, 431 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901, 631-208-9200
Atlantis Marine World, situated along the Peconic River, boasts many fascinating Marine Life Exhibits, Sea Lion Shows, Educational Programs and even a Submarine Simulator Ride.

Bronx Zoo - (718) 367-1010 As the flagship of the largest network of metropolitan zoos in the country, the Bronx Zoo is the heart of the Wildlife Conservation Society's work to save wildlife and wild places around the globe. Whether you're nose-to-nose with Western lowland gorillas in our famous Congo Gorilla Forest, spotting snow leopards in our naturalistic Himalayan Highlands Habitat, or experiencing almost an acre of an indoor Asian rain forest, you're always within roaring distance of the world's most amazing wildlife. Site contains a virtual tour of the Congo Gorilla Forest exhibit and an interactive trivia game. DIRECTIONS

Brooklyn Aquarium located near the Belt Parkway, across from the Coney Island Cylone on the beach in Brooklyn NY.
Brooklyn's own world class Aquarium is one of the premier facilities dedicated to sea life conservation. Famous for it's Beluga Whales, who have given birth at the aquarium, fish from the far corners of the world, Dolfins, seals, Walrusses and Sharks, this is an unsurpassed public attraction, in the heart of Coney Island Brooklyn. Admission is free for members of the New York Zoological Society and parking is available on the premises.

Buffalo Zoo, 300 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14214-1999, (716) 837-3900
United States's third oldest zoo. Located in 23.5 acres of beautiful Delaware Park, the Buffalo Zoo exhibits a diverse collection of wild and exotic animals, and more than 320 different species of plants. Animals on exhibit include the lowland gorilla troop, rhinoceros, hyenas, polar bears, and many more. Open year-round. DIRECTIONS

Central Park Wildlife Center, 830 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10021
1400 animals representing 130 species. Part of The Wildlife Conservation Society, the zoo has existed only since 1988, yet its full history stretches back to the last century. The evolution of this city landmark launched the modern trend in urban zoos around the nation: the transformation of cages and menagerie-style zoos into natural habitat exhibits that educate, involve, and connect people to our natural world.

FishCold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium, Post Office Box 535, Cold Spring Harbor, New York 11724
An education facility and demonstration hatchery, houses the largest living collection of New York State freshwater reptiles, fish and amphibians. Site includes educational and exhibit information.

New York Aquarium, Surf Avenue & West 8th Street in Brooklyn, NY 11224, 718-265-FISH
Situated on 14 acres by the sea in Coney Island, the New York Aquarium is home to over 350 species of aquatic wildlife and over 8,000 specimens. Special exhibits, public events and research.

Prospect Park Wildlife Center, 450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225, 718-399-7339
400 animals representing 80 species. Part of The Wildlife Conservation Society. The Prospect Park Zoo opened on October 5, 1993, becoming the fifth facility in Wildlife Conservation Society's unique network of wildlife parks in New York City.

Queens Wildlife Center, 53-51 111th Street, Flushing, NY 11368, 718-271-1500
Part of The Wildlife Conservation Society. WCS's Queens Zoo is a tribute to spectacular American wildlife, all roaming naturalistic habitats that represent wild lands of North and South America. More than 400 animals of nearly 70 species can be found in this magnificent zoo in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

Rosamund Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park, One Conservation Place, Syracuse NY 13204, (315) 435-8511
Biodiversity is an integral part of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park. Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth. The Zoo demonstrates the scope of biodiversity through our extensive animal and plant collection. Open Year-Round

Ross Park Zoo, 60 Morgan Road, Binghamton, NY 13903, 607-724-5461
Ross Park Zoo sits tucked into the northern face of Binghamton's South Mountain. Zoo includes the Cat Country Complex, the Spectacled Bear exhibit, and Our Changing World and Penguin Exhibits. New spacious picnic pavilion and adjacent playground, a second playground inside the zoo facility and botanical garden.

Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621-1097, (585) 336-7200
Seneca Park is one of the Rochester area's parks that was designed by the landscape architecture firm of Frederick Law Olmsted. The park opened in 1893 and animals were first displayed here a year later. The Zoo originally featured different species of deer and some birds, and had an outdoor aviary next to the trout pond in the lower park. Features the Genesee Trail and Discovery Center, Rocky Coasts exhibit. Site includes a veterinarian corner, conservation information, and children's games.

Staten Island Zoo, 614 Broadway , Staten Island , New York, 10310, (718) 442-3100
The place to learn to love living things! Large collection of fish, invertebrate, reptiles and amphibians. Open seven days a week from 10 AM until 4:45 PM, except Thanksgiving , Christmas , and New Years day.

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