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Memphis Zoo, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is home to more than 4,500 animals representing more than 500 different species. Recently named as one of the top zoos in the country by TripAdvisor® and by USA Today, Memphis Zoo has completed over $93 million in renovations and expansion since the ear...
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It’s a must do! Our award winning zoo is family friendly, easy paced and ready to welcome you.
One of two places with pregnant panda in 2015. Home to more than 3,500 animals with over 500 dierent species. Created in April 1906, it has been a major tenant of Overton Park for more than 100 years. In 2008, the Memphis Zoo was ranked "#1 Zoo in the U.S." by TripAdvisor. Since the early 1990s,…
Great for families and animals lovers alike. Over 3,500 animals and 500 different species.
The Memphis zoo is one of the largest indoor animal facilities in America as well as the oldest as it was opened in the year 1906. The zoo is home to 3,500 animals belonging to 500 different species and the area is divided into various zones such as the teton trek that is home to grizzly bears,…
The Zoo is within walking distance from the Magnolia House making it a great option for families while visiting Memphis. the Zoo is rated as one of the nations' top 10 zoos. Also a great option for evening strolls at the end of the day.
The Memphis Zoo is a family friendly attraction and houses a giant collection of animals. It has undergone over 70 million dollars worth of renovations since the early 1990’s and in 2008 it was even ranked the #1 zoo in America based on visitors’ votes on tripadvisor.com. Overall, the zoo has over…
It's one of the largest and authentic zoo's for hundreds of miles, and there are so many thing to do on that property, A TRUE MUST SEE.
The Memphis Zoo packs in a ton of exhibits in a small walkable area. In the summer this place is packed, but if you can brave the cool air, the winter still has plenty of things to see. For young children, bring a swimsuit in the summer to splash in the small river and 18 inch pool. You can usually…
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