The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
The Maryland Zoo honors its history through its mission, inspiring and educating people to join in the active support of wildlife and wild places.
The animals were fun for the kids to look at and being able to interact with a few of them made the trip that much better. We got to brush goats and feed giraffes with friends and we couldn't stop smiling. Facilities were clean but the restaurants were a bit pricey so we ate elsewhere. I would suggest going in the noon time so that the animals have time to wake up and start moving around so you can have a better experience with them.
The best $19 I've spent in a while. I spent a great deal of time watching the penguins which is one of the first exhibits. The elephants are a crowd pleaser & can be viewed from above on the observation deck. The best & closest view is from down below. They often can close to the fence were I was standing. I probably had more fun than the kids.
Lots of animals to see and I love being able to see the caretakers interact with some of the animals. There are several scheduled feeding times for some animals that you can watch and ask the staff Questions. The Zoo has really improved over the years with many new exhibits. I definitely recommend going if in the area
Great place to visit with kids. The place is not crowded with easy access to good viewing spots (at least during our visit). Animals look healthy and happy (as much as they can be in captivity). I was really impressed with their African and Birds collection.
Lots of fun! I found there was very good food, prices and service. My children loved the slide and the lions, flamingos, polar bears, and apes were the best. They were very informative about animals and you could tell safety was their number one priority. I would definitely suggest this above many other zoos I have visited.