A lovely zoo, the pandas here are the best. We petted the animals and took a carousel and a small train. These are particularly interesting for ten-year-olds like us. I thought she was a little too old for "children's playthings", but she still smiled all the way. The size of this zoo can be compared with the Baton Rouge Zoo. The road is smaller than the Columbia and Ohio Zoos, but it is very suitable for family activities. It takes about five hours to complete the tour. Of course, you can get free tickets from your local library, which is really cool.
The Atlanta Zoo is a very important venue. The zoo receives a lot of tourists and the number of animals is also very rich. It is the largest wild zoo here. It is completely privately managed and well managed internally.
Atlanta Zoo is still very fun, it is said to be a relatively old history in the United States, it is also probably related to the arrival of Europeans, there are many animals.
Suggest getting the family season pass if you go more than a couple of times a year. Has events like sleepovers at the zoo. Panda exhibit is nice. A quality zoo.
If you go more than one time a year a family membership can be a good value. Great family fun
The zoo is not big, but it is compact, the animals are more complete, see the moving tiger, and also see the panda, it seems that the panda is the most popular here. This is the only panda on display outside, he has been doing a roundabout, next to an indoor pavilion there are three, one of the little panda has been chasing the ball, holding the ball rolling, very fun. Atlanta zoo is one of four zoos in the United States that now own giant pandas.