Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

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  • Address: 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45220, 45220, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-5132814700
  • Ticket Price: 16 USD
  • Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Garden, Wildlife Park, Zoo, Botanical Garden, Family And Kids, Social, Zoos, Aquariums And Wildlife Sanctuaries

This beautiful zoo is the second oldest zoo and gardens in the US and the Reptile Building of this place is considered to be the oldest in the whole of the country. It was built in the year 1875 which was even before the whole campus was set up properly. It has at present become the most popular tourist attraction in the city.

Many years ago, the local people, as well as the government, came up to one decision that a place to protect and breed animals was needed immediately and so was built this huge zoo and gardens in the heart of the city. It was initially only for domestic animals like cows. Later on, the whole project was expanded and gorgeous wild animals were added to the zoo. Among the animals that are breed here are California Sea Lions, Cheetahs, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Malayan tigers, lowland gorillas, pottos, Masai Giraffes, etc. the zoo has also set new records by conserving the oldest alligator as well as one of the oldest lions in the whole world.

Apart from the zoo they also have a lovely botanical garden where there is a fantastic collection of herbal plants and colorful small flowers. This is just a perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening is immense peace amidst lush greenery. The cool breeze from the many trees and the shade of them makes everything very soothing for the mind and body. Apart from that, the National Heritage of the state is up for a lot more development and efforts are on in full swing to make it one of the best zoos of the world.  

Entrance Ticket Details For Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

  • $11 (for children below 12 years and citizens above 61 years).
  • Other package and individual show rates are different.
  • Penguin shows and other interactive sessions are also organized here.

Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Hours

  • Hours might change according to certain situations.
  • Refer to the official website for current timing details.

How to Reach Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

  • Take bus numbers 38x, 46 and 78 till Vine Street and then walk till the zoo
  • Take bus number 46 straight till the zoo

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  • Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Address: 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45220, 45220, United States
  • Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Contact Number: +1-5132814700
  • Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Price: 16 USD
  • Best time to visit Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden(preferred time): 11:00 am - 02:00 pm
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  • 95% of people who visit Cincinnati include Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden in their plan

  • 59.15% of people start their Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

92.13% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden

People normally club together Spring Grove Cemetery And Arboretum and American Sign Museum while planning their visit to Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden.

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Cincinnati Zoo And Botanical Garden Reviews & Ratings

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  • Loved the zoo. Went with my grand daughter who is 16 months. She was so excited by all the animals. It was a beautiful week day and the zoo was not crowded. The animal quarters are spacious and clean. We had lunch at the cafeteria. The food was very good. Nice but pricey gift shop. We only saw a quarter of the zoo as it is so immense. Be sure to grab a map to plan out what you want to see.We will return on their next visit.

  • The experience is definitely worth the price. Having a membership to the Louisville zoo gave us a discount for entrance, so that was extremely nice. The whole property is beautiful and well maintained. The animals looked happy and their exhibits aided in activity. It is a HUGE place, plan on spending the whole day if you can make it that long. The education center looked very nice and the summer programs are worth looking into, which I plan to next year despite not living locally.

  • The Cincinnati Zoo is one of the best in America! So much to do and see everyday!! Plenty of food and drinks throughout the zoo. So many animals to see and learn about. Also there is a kids area where they can play! All the employees are great and always ready to answer any questions you may have.

  • Fabulous weather during our zoo experience. Nice staff. Great job getting people up close and personal with the animals. Can hand feed giraffes! Rented an electrical wheelchair as one in our party wasn't able to walk and it worked very well. Wonderful time.

  • Took my grandson for his first visit and he loved it and it happen to be Halloween at the zoo so he got to trick or treat while he got to see all the fascinating animals and he had an absolute blast. Will definitely be returning. Thanks to all the employees and local businesses for being so helpful,nice and for all the treats that we received...

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