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We're excited to announce our new Conservation Pin for 2015!  Pick yours up for $1.00 for our admissions gates. 
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We can't wait to see you!  If you are interested in becoming a Business Partner, please email us at araisman@lvzoo.org. +Krings Hearth & Home
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Join us on 2/28 for our Combined Merit Badge Event! Call 610-799-4171 ext. 247 for more information to pre-register.
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Our North American River Otter picked the New England Patriots! Did You Know? The North American River Otter lives in rivers, lakes and wetlands all over New England! Let's see if she is right!
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Visit our new PageYourself app on Facebook (called Zoo Programs) to learn more about some of the amazing programs we offer! It's under Zoo Programs on Facebook. facebook.com/lvzoo
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Happy Penguin Awareness Day from Tuxster and all of us at Lehigh Valley Zoo!
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How was everyone's Valentine's Day?  Our Education Bobcat got some very special enrichment for Valentine's Day.
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Book a Fox Connection Program and learn about the smallest fox in the world! Visit http://lvzoo.org/fox_connection.cfm for more information. Share the love. Share the photo.
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Pick up your adoption box at the Zoo, or get it delivered by Tuxster for $25.00! Adopt yours at http://www.lvzoo.org/pdf/LVZooVdayADOPTForm2014.pdf.  We'll deliver to addresses throughout the Lehigh Valley.
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Good night from all of us at Lehigh Valley Zoo!
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Valentine's Day Adoption Packages are now available! Visit http://www.lvzoo.org/pdf/LVZooVdayADOPTForm2014.pdf for more information.
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Winter Light Spectacular starts tonight! 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm Wednesdays through Sundays!
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5150 Game Preserve Rd Schnecksville, PA 18078
5150 Game Preserve RoadUSPennsylvaniaSchnecksville18078
(610) 799-4171lvzoo.org
Zoo, Wedding VenueToday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Located in Schnecksville, Pa., within the scenic 1,100-acre Trexler Nature Preserve, Lehigh Valley Zoo is home to nearly 300 animals representing more than 125 species – from African Penguins to Zebras. The Zoo hosts more than 175,000 guests annually and offers hundreds of educational programs, camps for all ages and family-friendly events, making it one of the most vibrant educational and cultural institutions in the Greater Lehigh Valley region. Open to the public year-round, the Zoo is operated by the Lehigh Valley Zoological Society, a private nonprofit organization.
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Zoo offers kangaroos, cockatoos, bobcats, bison, pony rides, a penguin pavilion & a camp for kids.- Google
"But, once you arrive, the zoo is a very pleasant experience."
"The animals appear to be well taken care of."
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Michael White
a year ago
This place lets men assault the wives of disabled veterans, get hit by strange men, then they will kick you out for it. We were there for an event and I couldn't stop on the hill because of my wheelchair. As I was rolling down the hill at the entrance unable to stop, I had to yell to get the attention of a woman who was in my way. Her husband gets offended and begins talk badly about my wife and I to my 5yr old son. My wife yelled at him and then he began to stick his hands in her face. as expected she swatted it away and then he pushed her. She pushed him away from her, because she was scared by the man assaulting her (three MEN were holding him back at this point). The manager wasn't interested in her side of the story and I was helplessly stranded at the bottom of the hill. We were then ejected from the zoo while the man that assaulted my wife was allowed to stay and enjoy the event with his family. BOTTOM LINE:LEHIGH VALLEY ZOO HATES DISABLED VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND APPEARS TO SUPPORT SHARIA LAW (i.e. The woman is worthless and any man is worth believing) I asked to speak to the manager and was flatly told "no" Not to mention it's so far out of the way and a pain to drive to, you're better off finding something else to do, or drive to Philadelphia to see a real zoo.
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Chris Bigg
2 years ago
Family goes here all the time. I really like the park. Many animals to look at, and certain places pet. Well kept and clean environment, with many native animals. Excellent place for the kids. If you like hiking the paths through the nature preserve are great.
Marlon Del
3 years ago
Excelent
Zachariah Cerino
a month ago
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Lauren Godin
11 months ago
It is a great zoo, it is very clean, with big enclosures, prices are reasonable, and there is a lot of different animals, and some, you can even go inside the enclosure to see!! It was a lot of fun
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A. Green
2 years ago
A nightmare to get to, especially if you are a tourist unfamiliar with the area. But, once you arrive, the zoo is a very pleasant experience. Though it is a small zoo, it does have some interesting animals and it is well laid out. The animals appear to be well taken care of.
A Google User
6 years ago
Pros: The drive in is beautiful. Depending on the road you take in, you actually drive through a covered bridge. Then you drive through the game preserve and see stunning views of the valley below. We have even pulled over and stopped on the way in and just sat and looked at a field full of butterflies. The zoo itself is adorable (in my opinion). It is one single loop which takes about an hour to walk through, with time for stops at all the animals--a little faster or slower depending on your pace. I love that because of it's size, you can get up really close to the animals. I've been taking my daughter pretty regularly since we moved here two years ago, and I love the simplicity of it. There are penguins, a macaw, otters, a variety of barnyard animals--many that you can pet or feed, lorikeets--also with an option to feed them, camels, emus, kangaroos, ducks, swans, wolves, owls, prairie dogs, and more. It's really great for animal photography. When my daughter was young enough to sit in the stroller, I'd take my camera, and actually have a few minutes to compose a shot! Now I mostly chase her around with the camera! There is a playground, so when we are done looking at animals, she can run around some more before we head home. There is also a small cafe to grab a snack. The drive out is so cool! You drive right through a ford in the Jordan Creek. After you pass through, there is a spot for picnics and a nature trail. Cons: There is little in the way of signs on the way in or out to give you confidence that yes, you are going the right way. For someone not used to driving through wooden covered bridges or through the ford in the creek, I was a bit concerned the first time through! The price has increased slightly. The best value if you live locally (within a half an hour drive) is a family membership. Yes, there have been times when we have gone, and some of the animals are hiding or sleeping. But the more you go, the more you get out of the experience.
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