Much improved. Good way to spend an afternoon relaxing with special someone or with your family. Good exercise too.
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The Zoo is a small one but they been upgrading the facilities over time. It can be traversed in a 2-3 hours (add an extra hour for the kids wanting to stop for added time by their favourite enclosure). Walking paths are paved and keep...More
i am cautious about older zoos and the impact to the animals and while they do have small enclosures they are working to move to better enclosures overall it is a nice zoo to go see and you know your dollars are supporting them to...More
This zoo has a large variety of animals and reptiles and is a nice day out for the kids. It gets hot and is extremely humid. Food and drinks are on sale but you can walk with your own. There is an admission charge for...More
Disclaimer: I have a personal issue with zoos as I feel that animals locked in cages are inhumane. However I appreciate their importance in preserving animal species from extinction in the wild. With that said, the Emperor Valley Zoo serves a key role in preventing...More
Grand kids enjoyed our visit to the zoo. Petted snakes, giraffes, etc. Not the most ideal situation for the animals. Feel certain that they would rather be free.... especially the big cats. The standard is not bad but lots of room for improvement. Kids slides...More