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Had a great visit today. Got to feed the stingrays today and had our pics taken at the same time. Really great time viewing the Apes in their outdoor enclosure. Train cost 7.95 for an all day pass, much better set up then the way...More
My wife and I went alone, on a Saturday afternoon. It was a little crowded, but not crazy (I think Google indicated it was less busy than usual, though). The exhibits were mostly quite good, but, possibly because of the heat (it was over 90F),...More
This zoo is amazing and it's free! We found the zoo easily and paid $15 to park in the parking lot but I believe they did have free street parking. We were able to walk right into the zoo and maps were available to navigate....More
Having visited several zoos throughout the US, the St. Louis ranks #1 with me! It has beautiful outdoor exhibits as well as an excellent children’s petting area. My grandchildren love the train the runs along the entire perimeter!
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WE feel our Title says it all. The St. Louis Zoo has been renowned as one of the best zoos in the country for years. To top it all off it is free (except for the parking). But...More
The zoo is great. I took my 5 year old while we were in St. Louis for a weekend trip. We could have gone for free, but the adventure pass was well worth it. We rode the carousel twice, the train multiple times, went into...More
Looks of walking and sweating. Many Animals were out of site, I get it. Too hot. Zoo admission free, but anything else will cost you, Parking $15 , train ride $7.50 for day, sea lion show, no show while we were there. I really didn’t...More
We live in St. Louis and pass the zoo all the time and have been waiting for the best day to go, i.e. less crowded, plenty of parking, great weather. Well you might as well be awaiting the elusive Unicorn as these do no ever...More
The train doesn’t really take you around to actually see the animals. It takes you to the various sections so you can get off and see the animals. Saves some walking. But you need to get off the train in order to see the... More
The train doesn’t really take you around to actually see the animals. It takes you to the various sections so you can get off and see the animals. Saves some walking. But you need to get off the train in order to see the animals. There was no entrance fee but you do have to pay see certain parts.