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ImageThe Bronx Zoo houses an amazing collection of fauna from the world over which include animals from the wilds of the African savanna, the Congo basin, the Asian jungle, Siberian mountains and  Himalayan highlands including  birds and reptiles of all varieties and species.


The kids section provides an amazing hands on  learning experience as kids can try out animal homes, trade hands and feet for paws and claws or touch velvety noses and furry ears.


More than being  just a zoo, the Bronx Zoo serves as a platform for teaching children as well as adults about wildlife and wildlife habitats through fun filled and engaging, interactive programs. Guided tours, overnight excursions and summer programs are some of the added attractions of this zoo.

Location: Fordham Road and the Bronx River Parkway

Hours:
Nov3 – April 3
Daily: 10 am to 4:30 pm
 
Spring/Summer hours and rates are in effect April 4–November 1, 2009.
Monday–Friday
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
 
Weekends & Holidays
 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 
Admission Tickets
Total Experience Ticket provides seven admissions to any of the special attractions (excluding camel rides) at one low price.

General / Total Experience
 
Adult $15.00 / $27.00
Child (Ages 3–12) $11.00 /  $21.00
Senior (65+) $13.00 /  $23.00
Children  2 years and under are always free!








  

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