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Zoo Coupons and Zoo Discounts

Updated on August 15, 2015

Zoo Coupons and Discounts

Zoos are a popular source for family fun and education, but they can be quite pricey. This page is designed to give quick access to some of the best zoo coupons, zoo discounts and additional information to several of the most popular zoos across the United States. When selecting a zoo or aquarium to visit, it's always a good idea to first consult the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) website for a list of fully accredited, family-friendly facilities near you.

Public domain image: Grizzly bear/brown bear by Steve Hillebrand, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Albuquerque Zoo

Audubon Zoo

Bronx Zoo

Brookfield Zoo

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Cincinnati Zoo

Columbus Zoo

Denver Zoo

Disney's Animal Kingdom

Fort Worth Zoo

Henry Doorly Zoo

Houston Zoo

Indianapolis Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo

Lion Country Safari

Los Angeles Zoo

Memphis Zoo

Oregon Zoo

The Philadelphia Zoo

Phoenix Zoo

St. Louis Zoo

San Diego Zoo

San Francisco Zoo

Toledo Zoo

Virginia Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo

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Zoo Background

Public zoos Started to become popular in late 1700s. This was a period in Europe when logic,reason and science were earmarked as backbones of government and society in general. Zoology was included in this train of thought.

During the period, individuals began the study of animals for the advancement of science. Scholars wanted to find out more about animal anatomy and behavior. Because of this, zookeepers needed to house animals in areas that were similar the animal's natural, untouched habitats.

In 1793, the first so-called "modern" zoo opened in Paris, France. Early zoos such as this were more similar to living animal museums rather than areas resembling natural habitats. The animals were housed in small display areas that more resembled cages.

Modern zoos aim to educate as well as entertain its visitors but are also focused on research and conservation of animal species. There's a movement toward allowing the animals more spacious living quarters.

A Final Note....

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The zoos above are generally considered to be amongst the finest zoos in the United States. This ranking is compiled by utilizing several factors including; cost of entry, variety and number of animals on site, number of total visitors, and family-friendliness. Hopefully, you can find something here that can help you stretch your entertainment dollar.

We disclaim all responsibility for the content of any of the linked sites listed here.


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