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By far, this is the best experience in a zoo. Check out their special tours for behind the scenes action. I took the big cat tour and got to be within a few feet of the lions and tigers. And it was neat hearing first...More
We went on a Saturday and it was hard to find parking. The zoo was very busy. It is free to get in so that is a plus. It was the first come day of the year so it seemed many animals were not out....More
The St. Louis Zoo is a must see if you like animals. It is free admission and is laid out well. The displays are well done and the viewing of the animals are excellent. Plan on spending several hours walking around the many pathways with...More
I have been coming here since a little boy. The exhibits and structure have changes over the past 50+ years but the fun and excitement of the animals never stops. THIS IS FREE TO GET IN JUST PAY TO PARK
It’s not just that the St. Louis Zoo is free that makes it so amazing. It’s everything about it. The animal displays, the care and wellbeing of the animals, the different attractions they offer while walking through the Zoo. It truly is one of the...More
Went to zoo to see polar bears, and I never saw them. Found their enclosure, but no bears. Friends went to see penguins and feeding time for the penguins, which was supposed to be 3:30 according to entry staff. Left at 3:50, as still did...More
The train doesn’t really take you around to actually see the animals. It takes you to the various sections so you can get off and see the animals. Saves some walking. But you need to get off the train in order to see the... More
The train doesn’t really take you around to actually see the animals. It takes you to the various sections so you can get off and see the animals. Saves some walking. But you need to get off the train in order to see the animals. There was no entrance fee but you do have to pay see certain parts.