Syracuse Zoo, Syracuse
About Syracuse Zoo, Syracuse
Syracuse Zoo, Syracuse - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: One Conservation Pl, Syracuse, NY 13204, United States
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Promising you “the best day ever” is one of the country's top zoos, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo. Accredited to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, this zoo is spread across 43 acres and houses around 700 animals. The zoo intends on providing you a fun time with their interactive activities with the animals. This is a place you can bring your children and be assured that they will surely have a memorable experience. The zoo also intends in educating their visitors ways to conserve nature and show them the high quality of care that the animals are provided here.
Syracuse Zoo Information
- The zoo is a year-round facility, with 60 percent of exhibits indoors.
- Outdoor exhibits remain open for the winter and include species chosen for their ability to adapt to our region's climate.
Syracuse Zoo Ticket Prices
Given price is for a single adult (19-61) from March-December.
- Youth (3-18): 4 USD
- Children (2 & under): Free
- Seniors (62+): 5 USD
Snow Leopard Days (January & February):
- Children (2 & under): Free
- Youth (3-18): 2 USD
- Adult (19-61): 4 USD
- Seniors (62+): 2.50 USD
For more prices, kindly refer to official website.
How To reach Syracuse Zoo by Public Transport
- Centro Transit Line
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Syracuse Zoo, Syracuse Reviews - Write a Review
I feel like this is probably the best zoo in our area and we drove quite a way! It was worth it though. The park is set up in a circle so you just follow it around and don't have to worry too much about missing anything. The penguins were so cute, and there were plenty of places to watch then. They also have some indoor exhibits which were pretty neat. We had a good time for a low price. Look forward to returning! We missed all the special events so next time it will be an even better visit, can't wait!
Great and inexpensive zoo! When we were there the penguins were being fed and having a blast! Great for kids and families. Not too much of a walk, like some other zoos. The path pretty much leads you directly around the zoo, seeing all the animals.
We had a great morning at the zoo today... the grandkids, all of us enjoyed ourselves. Staff was great, lunch there was very good. The animals were quite active and seemed happy. We saw the new baby monkey and submitted our name choices. Fun day! Thank you!
Went here yesterday with my girlfriends best friend and her little girl. Her best friend lost her husband. Her husband was in the military and died in action and they told her yesterday that she needed to have the veteran there after she showed the military ID and would not let her use her military discount of being free because he wasn’t present. She explained that he was dead and they still made her pay. Never again will I step foot into this place. Very sad that she lost her husband in war and they couldn’t let her in free.
I love the zoo. I don't know why, but the animals are always up close to the windows when I visit. I came here on a Monday with a few friends and we had a great time. Its a great relaxing day to just walk around.
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