San Diego, California
4444 Pacific Highway, San Diego, California 92110

San Diego Zoo

Get totally wild at the San Diego Zoo & Wildlife Park! The famed San Diego Zoo is one of the world’s oldest and most spectacular zoos and wildlife conservation centers. The zoo is unique for recreating habitats for animals to resemble their natural surroundings in the wild. Check out these fun facts about the not-to-be-missed San Diego Zoo…

Facts About the San Diego Zoo

How many animals does the San Diego Zoo have? The San Diego Zoo has more than 4,000 animals from 800 species!

What are some of the kinds of habitats at the San Diego Zoo? The San Diego features African rain forests with chest-pounding gorillas, polar bear tundra and Arctic taigas.

How do I get around the San Diego Zoo? Take an overhead gondola called Skyfari for soaring views or hop on the zoo bus which covers more than 75% of the park to see (almost) everything!

When did the San Diego Zoo open? After a number of exotic animals were abandoned following the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, a permanent home was set aside for the San Diego Zoo in Balboa Park in 1921.

Did you know? The San Diego Zoo is famously featured in the opening to the classic sitcom Three’s Company.

Save with San Diego Zoo deals. {LINK TO ZOO PACKAGE} Free San Diego Zoo tickets are included in this special discount hotel package. Children under 12 years old always stay free at the Old Town Inn!

3 Responses to San Diego Zoo

  1. anomynos Says:

    i love the san diego zoo, sooo big!!!!!! 🙂

    February 15, 2012
  2. Iliana Says:

    Wow I went there for my 13 birthday the San Diego zoo is so much fun I can’t wait to come back

    November 3, 2012
  3. Robin Says:

    I think you should have the actual link to zoo packages instead of the text “link to zoo package” in brackets near the bottom of your post.

    June 19, 2015


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