San Francisco Zoo, USA: detailed description, address and photo. Types of animals, excursions to the zoo, reviews of tourists.
- San Francisco Zoo
The San Francisco Zoo was founded in 1929. Its construction lasted 10 years: first, there was a monkey island, a lion’s house, an elephant’s house, a pool with sea lions, bear grottoes. These were the first enclosures in the country for keeping animals in conditions as close as possible to natural ones. Since then, the zoo has grown significantly, today it is home to about 2000 individuals belonging to 250 species, many of which are listed in the Red Book. The collection is replenished with private funds and new territories are being opened.
What to see
The green oasis by the ocean is divided into several zones. The local savannah is inhabited by giraffes, zebras, kudu antelopes, ostriches, storks and many other representatives of the African fauna. Sisters Kachina and Kiona rescued from hunters live in the grizzly cave, dozens of tailed clowns jump on the branches of a grove of lemurs. Penguin Island is the world’s largest colony of these unusual birds kept in the zoo.
Children are thrilled to travel in mini-train carriages with an “almost real” steam locomotive. Holidays and birthdays are held on the playground with a rare carousel, quests are organized to find the lost keys, requiring participants to know the animal world of the Earth.
Address: San Francisco, Sloat Boulevard at 45th Avenue. Website (in English).
How to get there: by tram # L or bus # L-Owl to the stop. Wawona St and 46th Ave.
Buy a ticket to the zoo online…
Opening hours: daily from 10:00 to 15:00. Ticket price for adults is 22 USD, seniors – 18 USD, children over 4 years old – 16 USD, under 4 years old – free. The prices on the page are for March 2019.
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