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Visitors meet more than 1,500 animals including chimpanzees, elephants, leopards and warthogs as they journey on an African safari, groom goats in the Farmyard, explore the winding trails through the Lyn P. Myerhoff Maryland Wilderness and watch the...more
We love taking our 4 kids to the zoo when the weather permits. It's nice being a member and well worth the cost. The kids love it and the grownups can walk around with a beer (big plus for me)! My kids are 8 and...More
A day at the Maryland Zoo never disappoints. Even when it is cold out. We are now members of the zoo this year for the first time and my daughter loves it. All the workers there are very friendly and helpful too.
While walking Druid Park we stumbled upon the Maryland Zoo. What a treat! The penguins stole the show--not to be missed. The aviary had a very good selection of waterfowl and raptors--again a must see. It being January the safari animal viewing was limited. However,...More
While I would not consider this a “destination zoo”, it was a perfectly pleasant place to spend an afternoon. Understandably, many animals were off display due to the cold weather (reflected in discounted winter pricing). The animals that were on view appeared happy and well...More
The new penguin exhibit is great! I enjoyed the flamingo area too. The polar bears were active and I always enjoy the monkey house. I was disappointed that I couldn't get closer to the elephants due to construction, but I am excited to see the...More
My wife loves zoo's. We have been to zoo's all over the world. The Maryland Zoo will be beautiful soon, but currently it is not quite there.
The Polar Bear area is about to be redone and the Bears are gone. Currently it's just a...More
The zoo offers all of the standard animals (lions, tigers, & bears) plus a lot of nice amenities. The parking is free & plentiful. There are numerous snack shops & restaurants. Restrooms are clean & conveniently located. This is a great place to get some...More
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From the inner harbor and you do not have a car, an Uber or taxi ride is the most direct as no public transportation takes you directly to the zoo without walking several blocks. There is a drop off and pick up spot at the... More
From the inner harbor and you do not have a car, an Uber or taxi ride is the most direct as no public transportation takes you directly to the zoo without walking several blocks. There is a drop off and pick up spot at the front of the zoo. If you are driving from the harbor, best to 83 to Druid Hill exit and follow the signs to the zoo. There is no fee for parking but admission cost for children and adults to enter zoo