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May 2, 2006
From journal Fun in Fort Worth
March 21, 2006
The oldest continuous zoo site in Texas, the Fort Worth Zoo was founded in 1909. Since then it has become one of the best and biggest zoos, with nationally ranked facility, housing more than 350 native and exotic species. The Fort Worth Zoo has many animals and activities. There is so much to do and see here. In the springtime you can see many baby animals as well. Most of the animals are out and are very active especially in the springtime when it is still a little cooler.The Zoo has recently added an Australia exhibit, which has exotic fish, kangaroos, and a huge sand box for the kids. The Wild West section also has a petty zoo and an activity room for the kids to play and run around in. There are many restaurants and covered picnic tables for enjoying a lunch. The zoo also has tons of vending machines and ice cream shacks to quench your taste buds while enjoying the zoo. There is a gift shop at the main entrance and several penny machines though out which also make great seminars.The zoo hours are:Feb 18-Mar 31 10am-5pm.Apr 1-Oct 10am-5pm (weekdays), 10am-6pm (weekends)Oct-Feb 10am-4pmAdmission:Adults: $10.50Kids(3-12): $8Toddlers under 2: FREESeniors: $7There is also a parking fee and it is $5.On Wednesday’s is half price day at the zoo.The zoo rents strollers, wagons and a few wheel chairs, and is wheel chair accessible.If you are looking for a great way to spend some time with the kids hop on over to the Fort Worth Zoo.
From journal Fort Worth Fun all the time
Fort Worth, Texas
July 14, 2001
Lions are housed in large area with terrain much like Africa - even a waterfall.
Gorilla exhibit is extremely interesting with many varieties of gorillas and monkeys. Many endangered.
There is excellent aquarium and reptile exhibit.
From journal Things to do in Cowtown
October 12, 2000
From journal Fort Worth any time of the year-with updates
August 15, 2000
From journal Fort Worth Local Recommendations