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I enjoyed seeing the animals so close up but, their enclosures were way too small. The lions were really agitated and wolves were pacing. It is a small place and my teenager was not impressed so I was glad I saved $$ by getting my...More
It's not like a normal large zoo but it.is fun and not crowded. Had a good time there and would like to visit again when it's not so hot outside. Animals all seemed well taken care of and would recommend to visit.
We’ve driven by the sign for years on 290 and wanted to go check this place out, so glad we finally did! All animals are rescue animals and will be able to reside here for the r stop their lives, that is a rare and...More
This is an ok attractions, you need transportation to get there and it is not too big, they have a nice train, that goes around but it was sort of disappointing that they do not bread the animals to expand their number, that was not...More
While temporarily living in Austin this month, I decided to visit the Austin Zoo, but before I went I did a little research. My daughter told me not to expect much, because I am used to the very sophisticated Houston Zoo, and the Austin Zoo...More