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Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
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Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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5333 Zoo Dr Los Angeles, CA 90027
5333 Zoo DriveUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
(323) 644-4200lazoo.org
Zoo, Botanical GardenToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is located in Griffith Park at the junction of the Ventura (134) and Golden State (5) freeways.
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Sprawling gardens & zoo with amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds, Asian elephants & unique flora.- Google
"The most favorite animals was the koalas and giraffes."
"The botanical gardens were to die for as well."
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Carm W
a month ago
Excellent spot to take the family, or your special someone to check out domestic and exotic animals of all shapes and sizes. Try to go in the morning before the heat sets in and leaves you parched. High point of the LA zoo, when you are thirsty, adults can buy themselves a foamy beverage to brave the sun! The earlier you make your trip you will have better luck at seeing some of the hiders. The tigers enjoy basking in the early morning sun, and the elephants will be walking around ready for cameras. Take time to watch the Giraffes, they are slow eaters and it takes them a while to reach up the branches for their lunch.
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Jesus Banuelos
3 months ago
Today I took my mother and two sisters and we had a blast! We enjoyed all the exhibits and animals! Two images that will live with me was that of Kelly and the baby chimpanzees. When we were watching the gorillas my attention went immediately to Kelly because for some reason I felt as if he was mad and sad. After reading his personality description I thought I was reading too much into it but I swear he was aware of his captivity and wanted to be somewhere else. As we continued our LA tour we came to the chimpanzees and obviously the babies had everyone's attention. Overall, it was a great experience for my family and me and we will definitely will go back. Thank you LA Zoo! Note: the last time I went to the LA Zoo I was and ESL student in 7th grade!
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Alex Sadak
4 months ago
I will always have an affinity for zoo's so don't expect the harsh critic in me to come out when reviewing the Los Angeles Zoo. I must say though, I had a great time when I went. Recently revamped from what I but am unable to compare as I never visited the old zoo. I have been to many zoo throughout the world and I must say it holds its own. Los Angeles is a major world city. How can it not have a great zoo. It still doesn't compare to San Diego zoo as that one is inherently the best zoo in the world but hey had a lot to offer. The enclosures were large and spacious for the bigger animals and the floor plan was laid out well. Enough to keep you guessing after a full day there but you can leave with confidence that you covered most the grounds and attractions. I hate paying $5 for a bottle of Dasani though.
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Damian Palmer
in the last week
My lil one mother and I enjoyed it. Lots of hills prepare to walk.
Reyna López
a month ago
esta muy descuidado y sucio
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Natalia Nazari
a month ago
I went with my family.I really enjoyed it and had fun. We got to see all the cool snakes.We saw all the really cool animals.
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Celeste Mayon
3 months ago
LA Zoo is great ## SD Zoo is BETTER!!## No matter where we are just spending time with the fam bam makes things BETTER! #
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Nyssa Buck
4 months ago
I love the LA zoo! I always have a blast when I come. I would avoid this place during the summer as it tends to be overcrowded and it’s too hot for the animals (and most humans) anyways. The best time to go is either really early in the year or really late. They are constantly trading animals with other zoos to find mates for their animals which means babies are constantly being born. I want to go just to see all the new babies! Parking is “free” but you need either need to park really far or loop around the lot for awhile. They have valet parking for $7 too.
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