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Zoo Miami today occupies almost 750 acres, and is home to more than 3,000 animals representing over 500 different species. Of this population, more than 40 species are classified as endangered. The zoo also houses more than 1,000 species of trees...more
Went last week for the first time. It’s not so huge that it can’t be done in a day, and even if it were you can rent bikes to help get you around. We opted for a family pass so we can go as much...More
Feeding the giraffes was a huge hit with 11 year old and also seeing Mabel the elephant. It was very hot so some of the animals were in the shade and out of sight but still plenty to see. Admission a little expensive but food...More
Cuban food landmark This place is a Cuban food institution The food is relatively good and not
expensive. Good place for rice, black beans
and palomilla steak with chopped onions and
parsley. Palomilla is a thin tasty steak.Expresso
Is really good.
If you are a local and haven't been to the Miami MetroZoo, it is definitely worth a day trip. They have recently redone the water park area as well as added family friendly animal encounters over the last few years which have increased its fun...More
The Miami Zoo was a fun experience. We went early on a Monday, so we didn't have to fight many people for the few animal sightings. It was sooo hot that not many animals were out and about.
However, the zookeepers and handlers were good...More
Visited with two young kids on a weekday. We practically had the park to ourselves after 2pm. We rented the bike which was recommended by other reviewers and we are glad we did. It is the best way around the zoo. The giraffe feeding was...More
Response from ZooMiami | Property representative |
We do not allow food or drinks inside the park. If you bring food, you may leave it at the reception desk and when you are ready to eat, you may store it in the lobby of the Administration Building with the... More
We do not allow food or drinks inside the park. If you bring food, you may leave it at the reception desk and when you are ready to eat, you may store it in the lobby of the Administration Building with the receptionist and then pick it up when you are ready to eat. Picnic tables are located outside the zoo entrance.
The general rule states that outside food and beverage are not allowed in the zoo.
One bottle of water per guest which includes commercial or reusable bottles. Exceptions to the rule include:
For children 2 and under.
Baby formulas and food.
Baby bottles and drinking cups for toddlers. Box and pouch drinks are permitted once the attached drinking straws are removed.
Individual snack portions for toddlers in a sandwich size bag.
Oversize bags, back packs, coolers and luggage are allowed but are subject to be searched. Guests are welcome to use the picnic area located at the front of the zoo to eat their food.
Guests who do not wish to return food items to their vehicles can store their belongings in crates located in the lobby in the Administration Building at the main entrance.