I gave it 2 thumbs up . Nice and clean This is a must do a lot of things to do and see .. Family Friendly .
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I usually don't enjoy the large crowds in zoos, or seeing animals in run down habitats, but the Dallas Zoo was a nice surprise. We took several 6th and 7th grade classes on a field trip, right before summer, and had a blast. The animals...More
We took three family’s with children ranging from 3 to 9. On one hand, it was great that we were allowed to bring our wagon in. On the other hand, the paths at the exhibits are rather narrow. For the amount of people that visit...More
Took my grandson to the Dallas Zoo today and it was nice to see the improvements that have been made over the last 20 years. We enjoyed our day even though it was very crowded because of Spring Break. If we go again we will...More
My kids and I went on a weekday during Spring Break. Holy Moley. Never Again. The place was packed. Like summertime on a weekend with no humidity kind of packed. I was shocked. I knew it was going to be busy since it was Spring...More
We’ve been here several times, always fun and interesting. Three years old loved the petting zoo, animals, of course and tram ride.
probably considered a smaller zoo, i bought membership here for a year and didnt renew, i didnt feel the need to i think one time is enough unless you have small kids.
As far as zoos go, the Dallas Zoo is about the same as any as far as the types of animals they have. What stood out to me at this one was organization. It was very easy to navigate and see everything in just a...More
We purchased the annual pass and enjoy taking our young children to enjoy the animals and outdoors! The enclosures are set up so neat and the animals seem to be treated well. You can interact with the animals by feeding the giraffes, birds or goats...More
The Dallas Zoo is really tired and outdated at this point. They've done some recent improvements in some areas, but overall it's old, crowded, and the animals are in very small environments. The habits/environments or what ever you call them aren't very nice to look...More