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This zoo, featuring over 200 exotic and domestic animals, was the inspiration for Dr. Seuss and his stories. Dedicated to wildlife education, the zoo provides educational programs for children and adults.
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This small zoo is inside of a beautiful and large park called Forest Park. It is $3 to enter the park if you have MA plates and $5 if you do not. I only visited the zoo, but there are trails, picnic spots, and water...More
Nice little zoo. Small enough for young children. 10 dollars for adults. Then price goes down for kids. They charge 3 dollars to park because it is in a great park with playgrounds, picnic areas,bike and walking areas and restrooms.
Shortly after entering the zoo grounds I noticed not many animals were out with signs that said-" Sorry it's too Cold for me to today". The woman at admissions informed me that the zoo will only open if three days of three straight days of...More
My husband and I visited the Zoo in Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts on the morning of Sunday, June 17, 2018. We arrived about 10:30AM and stayed for about an hour. The zoo was small, but had a very interesting collection of a wide variety...More
This zoo located in forest park is a excellent little zoo. They have a large selection of different animals. Zoo animals appear to be well cared for. Zoo is clean and well marked. Great zoo to take the kids to. You will end spending a...More
It's not the Bronx Zoo or a major city zoo, but it's a clean place with a nice collection of animals who all appear happy and well-cared for. It's small, so they have a lot of small animals (probably the usual suspects such as goats,...More