Queen's Zoo

4.474 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 53-51 111th St, Corona, NY 11368, United States, New York City
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7182711500
  • Ticket Price: 10 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Zoo, Family And Kids, Nature

Spread over 18 acres, this zoo is a part of the flushing meadows of Corona Park. It has been known for its wildlife conservation activities and has a lot of animals which have made this zoo their house now. A lovely place to visit you should definitely carry your camera and watch out for Aviary, Woodland Trail, South American Trail, Sea Lion Pool, Great Plains, Waterfowl Marsh and various other domestic animals. Plan your trip in advance to be able to spend a great time with your family.

Entrance Ticket Details For Queen's Zoo

  • Adult (13 & over): $8
  • Child(3-12): $5
  • Senior (65 & over): $6
  • Child (2 & under): FREE

Queen's Zoo Hours

  • Please contact the authorities and check the official website for daily schedule. 

How to Reach Queen's Zoo

  • Take the #7 train to 111th Street.

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  • Queen's Zoo Address: 53-51 111th St, Corona, NY 11368, United States, New York City
  • Queen's Zoo Contact Number: +1-7182711500
  • Queen's Zoo Timing: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm
  • Queen's Zoo Price: 10 USD
  • Time required to visit Queen's Zoo: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 0.21% of people who visit New York City include Queen's Zoo in their plan

  • 87.5% of people start their Queen's Zoo visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Queen's Zoo

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Queen's Zoo

People normally club together Flushing Meadows Corona Park and Citi Field while planning their visit to Queen's Zoo.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Queen's Zoo Reviews & Ratings

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  • It's a great zoo experience for families of all ages. It's fun and loved to love the tree covered path. I loved feeding the ducks with my kids and watching the bears running around. Families can enjoy the walk with little ones and older parents with stress of a long day at the zoo. Bathrooms are conveniently located which is a plus. It was hard to find the zoo's free parking lot and I suggest that the google maps directions are updated to make it easier for guests to find the zoo.

  • This place is absolutely perfect for toddlers. Not too big, easy to navigate and some pretty sweet sweet animals and attractions. The aviary is pretty legit. Its a perfect outing for a couple of hours oh and there is a petting zoo with the most giant bunnies you have ever seen. Highly recommended.

  • Small zoo but fun. The aviary is pretty cool and has a path that takes you up into the trees. Staff is friendly and there are a lot of things for the kids to do. The petting zoo is awesome as well just take quarters for the food to feed them

  • Best zoo! Literally. I’ve been to quite a few. This is by far the most spacious, relaxing, easy to navigate, friendly, fun, calm place. Try it. It’s worth it. We were able to get a comfortable spot at all animals easily and with comfort.

  • Queens zoo of course will not be as good as Bronx Zoo but is an ideal location for children under 5 years old and want to teach them about animals early on. The place is quiet. Not crowded (depend on the time of day), parking available for FREE, and there is a petting or feeding farm next to it, they also have feeding time schedule for the seals, so you can see them do tricks and stuff. What I do not like about is really some lack of exotic animals. No tigers. Lions etc if you want to see those. You gonna go to Bronx Zoo Food cafe can be really expensive as any other typical attraction where they hyper inflated the price that matches or exceeded the airport food prices, you CAN bring your own food and is highly recommended that you do so or buy something for cheap before coming to the zoo. Overall. Great place for younger kid to learn basic animal. And is a quiet place and is not crowded at all

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