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With more than 8,500 animals on 56 acres, there's plenty of fun for the whole family. The San Antonio Zoo was first established with a donation from George W. Brackenridg in the 1800s. Two of the first cageless exhibits in the U.S. opened here in...more
We took my 15 month old grand baby to see the animals. He loved it and it was delightful for us to watch his joy!! San Antonio Zoo is clean and a great venue for a family outing. We rode the train, my daughter and...More
This is a top-ten zoo. A great variety of animals to see. Really nice layout - I love how it's like a spoke and easy to go to different areas without having to walk all the way around. Feeding the animals was an experience we'll...More
It was obvious that this zoo was older and had not updated much. The exhibits were built so that it was rather difficult to see many of the animals, and the exhibit signage (which I really enjoy reading) was not great. It was also frustrating...More
It's okay. I prefer the San Diego Zoo's larger exhibits. I can't handle seeing monkeys in small cages with nothing to excite their minds like toys or games. They looked so depressed just pacing back and forth. That is not good. They really need to...More
This zoo offers everything you could ask for. There are many different exhibits and educational displays. It's clean and well spaced out. The staff is extremely helpful and courteous. You could hit the entire place in one long day trip or space it out over...More
When the S.A. Zoo was built, the architects visited the famed St. Louis zoo, and used the same general architectural layout for S.A. Although both have been remodeled and updated regularly, the S.A.Zoo has free parking and an admission fee, the opposite of St. Louis....More