After visiting the Philadelphia zoo in 2018, I am full of joy to write a review on Philadelphia zoo.
Also, I would like to share everything about the Philadelphia zoo has to offer!
Philadelphia zoo is located 3400 W Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104. When you go through a tunnel there are beautiful paintings of animals. January 6, 2020, through February 29, 2020, is 9:30 am -4:00 pm March 1, 2020 through October 31, 2020 times are 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. The time depends if they have a special event at that time.
Most of the zoo is one payment (Ages 12+)$22.95 (Ages 2-12)$17.95 2 and under are free. You can park in a parking garage and a parking lot. You should wear seasonal wear when it is summer, bring shorts, T-shirt, sneakers when it is winter, and wear sweaters, layers. The things to bring are the following food, snacks, water, a camera, sunglasses.
Must see /do water is life has red pandas, giant otters, Canada Lynx, Fossa. At the small mammal hey have Pygmy marmoset, vampire bats, and Slender-tailed meerkats. At the outback post, they have a red kangaroo and emus. Also at the African plains they have Giraffes, Southern white rhinos, and plains zebras. McNeil Avian Center has Waterfowl, Guam rail, and a Guam kingfisher. Then you have to also visit the PECO primate reserve they have aye-ayes they also have many other monkeys and apes. You will need one day if you are really interested in animals. If you have young kids it will take about 2-5 hours.