Schedule: Opened 365 days
From 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Admission: Ticket is required
The Central Park Zoo is located within the park, entering 5th Avenue between 63 and 66 street, its a small zoo, it has 130 different species ranging from Snow Leopard to tropical birds, to polar bears, penguins and other species which are found in habitats carefully designed to recreate the natural environment of the animals at home. The Zoo is organized and easy to make the tour it lasts about an hour, is recommended for children, it is divided into two stages; in the second stage you can interact with certain small animals that you can feed. In winter you can see how they train and feed the penguins, sea lions, seals and red pandas.
The entrance to the zoo includes the 4D Theater, but it is optional, which has special effects, the chair moves, snow falls, etc. The movie lasts 13 minutes.
This is a very New Yorker Zoo attraction, its not for mass tourism, additionally provides interactive lessons with live animals, they are taught from Monday to Friday, weekends and in school holidays.
Visit the souvenir shop to buy unique wild items, including stuffed animals and children's books, toys, games and more. A gift basket is parked outdoors during the warmer months of the season.
Wednesdays - Suggested Donation - You pay what you can.
The Zoo is located at 25 to 30 minutes from Manhattan, it's one of the biggest zoos in the world, with around 650 species, with 4,000 animals spread over 100 hectares in several habitats proper of the species. The place is a paradise for photographers, there are a few wonderful backdrops between beautiful animals, it'd seem like all the animals were "stars", among them there are rhinoceros, tigers, bears and giraffes, besides others. The zoo has different rates for different events, the experience will be complete if you buy the membership, with which you get to enter free for a full year to the Bronx Zoo, the Aquarium of New York, the zoos of Central Park, Prospect Park, and Queens, in addition to other shows and events. On Wednesdays, the entrance is almost free the zoo suggests a donation, keep in mind that is the day in which there are more people therefore the lines are sometimes exhausting. The park offers a package that includes the Butterfly Garden, Congo Gorilla Forest, Jungles World, transportation in the monorail, 4-D theater and insects carousel. To tour the zoo you can choose between walking, or use transport means, but you would have to pay for them, there are: a road train, a Skyfari aerial tram that offers a splendid aerial view of the park and a monorail call the Bengali Express that circulates in the field dedicated to Asia. The tour "experience", includes all of the attractions and activities that normally have to pay separately, as are the butterflies, the gorillas, the tape of insects, etc. , it's well worth it. Do not forget to go to the gift shop, the prices are not high, the food, on the other hand, is the one that is expensive, so we suggest you to bring your picnic and a good amount of beverages to save you money, there is also a way of saving by purchasing your tickets online. The Zoo has a good amount of tables to sit, also bring sunscreen since half of the park is in full sunlight, do not forget your comfortable footwear, the walk is long if you want to go around the zoo, the children are the ones enjoying this site. It's closed to the public on holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The exhibits of animals will be closed at 4 pm, in the summer it is recommended to arrive before noon, or you will have difficulties finding a parking space.
To get out of the routine and the noise of New York, this is the place with many things to see and to do, the tour is entertaining and diverse, it has different animals from around the world.
This is an average Price; it changes according to each place. The New York City Aquarium was inaugurated on 10 December 1896; you can observe marine life and detail many species, such as moray eels, moray eels, tiger sharks, sea lions, walruses, otters, seals and penguins, turtles, toads and frogs. Its facilities occupy an area of 14 hectares and is home to approximately 8000 copies of more than 350 different species of aquatic fauna. The aquarium was severely damaged by the storm surge of hurricane Sandy, but was able to re-open from May 25 2013 in part and exhibitions are once again open all day. It is expected that the full reparations are going to take until the year 2016. However, the organization of the aquarium allows you to both children and adults the opportunity to learn about the species they are seeing, because in addition to the written information, it also provides guides and the opportunity to speak with experts zoologists on the animals they are watching. Shows are organised to feed the penguins and observe sea lions in the Aquatheater; and the Planet Earth - shallow seas 4D Experience: an attraction in which the viewers are imbued with the sounds, sights, scents and colors of the ocean. The admission fee has been reduced while they rebuild, for children from 3 years up to $ 9.95 . The admission in summer Fridays from 4:00 pm to close and the Autumn / Winter / Spring Friday of 3:00 PM until closure is by donation pay, what I would like to. Every dollar that is compatible with the job of taking care of the animals in New York and around the world. Recommended Donation is $5 per person.