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Mar 22, 2015 by: adonijah1510 from
Always fun to walk through the zoo and look at the animals. You expect anything to much its a free zoo. The only thing i ever didnt like bout the zoo is the hours wish they were open a little later then 430.
Zoo trip with grandson
Mar 18, 2015 by: anneltswick from Lewes, Delaware
The Salisbury Zoo is a great zoo for young children. Although it's small, it's well maintained and easily navigated. It would be nice if there were a few bigger animals like camels or zebras, but the ocelot was neat. I think the bears were sequestered with new cubs and it was pretty cold for the alligator. So, we didn't see them. A great day trip and it's free!
Mar 17, 2015 by: Darkfelloww from SBY
This is a small zoo in a small city. It is free but has lots of wonderful species to see. They organize seasonal themed events which are usually very popular with parents and kids. Their Halloween night is a must attend event if you are into zooing!
Salisbury Zoo - Great Experience!!!
Mar 15, 2015 by: erisley2015 from Washington DC, District of Columbia
The Salisbury Zoo is a truly amazing zoo for a small town! Our family had a fabulous experience because of the amazing zookeepers, Ian, Ann and Lauren. The zoo is a nice size with a fabulous variety of animals that are clearly well taken care of and loved by the staff. The park is a beautiful setting in the trees along the water and the meandering paths are nice to walk. There is really a nice assortment of animals there to see! Ian, Ann and Lauren clearly are great at their jobs and love animals and take fabulous care of them! They made our family's experience there over the top wonderful and we really appreciate them and their hard work and dedication to the animals they take such wonderful care of. Thank you Ian, Ann, and Lauren! Elizabeth and her family.
Mar 10, 2015 by: PetePope1 from New Orleans, Louisiana
Small old fashioned zoo, with too small cages full of sad animals living out their pathetic lives in captivity.Hidden in one corner of the central Park this relic hasn't stood the test of time, time to get some more land and expand the property or close it down,
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