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Woodland Park Zoo

Parent Category: Kid’s fun
in Seattle
Created: 28 May 2014
Address: 601 N 59th St
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: 206-684-4800
Website: www.zoo.org
Hours: May 1 – September 30
9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. daily.
Zoomazium open until 5:30 p.m.
Zoo grounds open until 7:00 p.m
Admission: Adult (13 - 64 years) - $18.75
Child (3-12 years) - $11.75
Toddler (0 - 2 years) - FREE
Senior (65+) and disabled discount - $2 off regular admission

Photo from Seattle, Woodland Park ZooPictures and the video below will take you on a virtual tour around the zoo! Take a minute to look them through!


Photo from Seattle, Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo is a very popular destination among tourists and residents of Seattle, which is situated around the Phinney Ridge neighborhood.

Originally this place was a usual small wild beast show that was owned by a lumber mill owner Guy C. Phinney. Nowadays, the park includes 92 acres of different exhibits and it is open daily.

Photo from Seattle, Woodland Park Zoo

It should be said that about a million people visit this place annually. The collection of this Park Zoo includes about 290 animal species.

Woodland Park Zoo is often ranked in the Top-10 zoos in U.S. The park opens perfect opportunities before its visitors to see the animals in their naturalistic environments.

There are several popular exhibits in the zoo, which include African Safari, Northern Trail, Bug World, Tropical Rainforest, Temperate Forest Zone, Australasia Zone and Willawong Station.

Photo from Seattle, Woodland Park Zoo

The best exhibit in the park is the brown bear exposition. It totally resembles the land of Alaska. The elephant forest is another popular exhibit, which is very popular among the kids. Kids also adore the farm-animal exhibit and the interactive exhibition Zoomazium, where kids can imagine themselves in the role of a wild animal.

This zoo remains to be the most popular for the last 110 years and is highly cherished by the residents and the visitors of the city.

The park’s motto is to save animals through conservation leadership and inspiring people to learn, care and act.


These pictures were taken on May 19, 2014


From I-5

Go north to NE 50th Street - Exit 169. Go west for about 1.3 miles to the South Gate at North 50th Street and Fremont Ave North. Street parking is available, or you can park in a pay lot.

In order to get the directions click on the link below:

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Photo Editing: Pavlo Petryshyn

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