Woodland Park Zoo

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by Emily May on February 10, 2006

This well planned and layed-out this zoo, situated in north Seattle, is divided into different areas of the world. Due to Seattle's acessability to Asia, there are many animals from this area of the world that you will not see in most American zoos, including, red pandas, Komodo dragons, sun bears, tapirs, and snow leopards. Each area and their trails felt secluded. While walking along the paths one just happens along an exhibit. The zoo offers many activites—for kids, there is a butterfly program, raptor shows, and bird feeding at Willawong station. We all know that food is expensive at zoos, however, there are picnic areas inside the zoo. I reccommend eating just outside the gates, there is a large park with many pavillions, picnic tables, and black bunnies running rampant.
Woodland Park Zoo
601 North 59th Street
Seattle, Washington, 98103
(206) 548-2500


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