Visiting The Philadelphia Zoo In The Springtime

Visiting The Philadelphia Zoo in The Springtime

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Philadelphia, PAThe Philadelphia Zoo During Springtime - As springtime nears, it's time to visit The Philadelphia Zoo for fun-filled family activities. In addition to the fun rides, many animals are ready to pair off with their future partners. There are also new arrivals to the animal kingdom and bringing new species to the animal kingdom, as the Philadelphia Zoo manages several endangered and threatened species.

The Philadelphia Zoo During Springtime

While most zoos close for the winter, the first weekend of spring will see the re-opening of the may exhibit for the year. The animals are getting outside more to spend time playing and eating, while the animals themselves are also enjoying the warmer weather. You can see hippos chowing down on melons and other fruits, which is quite a rarity considering their diet.

Whether you're looking for a family outing or an afternoon with friends, the Philadelphia Zoo will delight you. The Zoo is open daily from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Came and explore the Zoo360 exhibit, a zoo-wide network of see-through mesh trails, allowing the animals to roam around and above guests.

The Philly Zoo has a variety of animals to see, including colorful birds and scaly reptiles. The zoo has different areas where you can observe and touch the animals. You can also take a ride on a hot air balloon or walk through a trail and view the animals from afar. There are educational programs throughout the zoo that will keep you interested.

Tips: When visiting the Philadelphia Zoo, try to arrive early. It's often easier to get through the park on weekdays than on the weekend or during holidays. Be prepared for a crowded day. You can get there a few minutes before opening, and you'll have less trouble finding parking. But make sure to plan a couple of hours to avoid the crowds.

Admission is Adults & Children (ages 12+) $16. Children (under 2) Free. The zoo also has a great selection of artworks and other items for sale at the gift shop. Several limited-edition clothing lines are available to purchase for a good cause. And, if you're lucky, you can even spend some time with the penguin colony or feed the ducks.

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