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Zoológico de Houston

Recomendado por 136 habitantes locales ·
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We have an amazing zoo here in Houston and if you are coming with family I recommend checking it out. There is also a little place to rent paddle boats for pretty cheap right outside the zoo.
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July 10, 2018
Houston has one of the best zoos in the country. Be sure to feed the giraffes while you're there!
January 27, 2020
At the Houston Zoo, which offers free admission to guests on the first Tuesday of each month, September through May, from noon until closing, backpack your way and visit bird exhibits, as well as the zoo’s new Gorilla exhibit and wander through the multi-million-dollar African Forest exhibit. In the…
January 21, 2020
Everyone loves the zoo. About a 30 minute drive into Houston
November 8, 2019
I love the zoo! It’s large and interactive. The animals are so incredible and active if you catch them at the right time. I love the giraffe feedings at 11am and 2pm($7) I always pack a lunch and find a nice spot to picnic, usually in the primates section. I recommend bringing some shades or a hat,…
January 26, 2020
Houston has one of the best zoos in the country! Check out the night-time activites for adults.
January 20, 2020
The entire zoo will take a whole day but you’ll get so much out of it! Plenty of food options and occasionally some amazing shows. Highly recommended
January 8, 2020
The Houston zoo is a first-class zoo that you shouldn't miss out. There is a wide collection of animals and they all have large, modern, clean habitats. The staff makes a clear effort to make sure the animals have proper enrichment. The Houston Zoo is not by definition an aquarium, but they…
August 26, 2018
Fabulous zoo in the middle of Herman park

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6200 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030
Teléfono+1 713-533-6500
Estado del horario de servicioCerrado · Abre a las Wednesday 9:00 AM
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