Queens Zoo

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Details
53-51 111th St
Flushing, NY 11368
(718) 271-1500
Zoo
Hours
Mon–Fri: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–5:30 PM

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  • Get to know native species at the Queens Wildlife Center, which exhibits North American animals on naturalistic grounds, allowing for an unusual intimacy between visitors and animals.
  • Buy a family membership ($124) that gets you and your kids in to the Queens, Bronx, Central Park, and Prospect Park zoos, plus the New York Aquarium year-round. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
  • You can connect to free public wi-fi using "attwifi" near the Discovery Center, courtesy of AT&T.
  • Featuring some of the more exotic native species of the Americas, this zoo is home to more than 75 species, including pumas, parrots, Andean bears and bison.
  • 2pm sealions feeding
  • Come Visit The Queens Zoo! An 8 Acre Zoo Featuring North & South American Animals & An Awesome Petting Zoo - It Truly Is The Best Kept Secret Of Flushing Meadow Park
  • Dont try to feed the coyote.
  • A nice, lower-pressure, less crowded alternative to Central Park Zoo and The Bronx Zoo. On the site of the 1964 World's Fair.
  • Get the family membership pays for it's self in one trip to the Bronx zoo. U can hit up cp zoo queens prospect park Bronx n the aquarium. Plus u get 4 free parking which is 13 bucks a pop !
  • bring quarters to feed the ducks and the animals at the petting zoo
  • I work here! =)
  • Making new friends
  • The geodesic aviary, the landscaping, proximity to the animals. I think this is the best all round zoo in the city.
  • Such a great Zoo, especially if you have kids under age of 5 as it doesn't require a full day of walking. Lots of seasonal events (Zoo Boo is great for tikes). Get a family membership for best value.
  • Beautiful and perfect zoo for little ones. Small payground is located in the zoo as well. Bring quarters for feeding.
  • Awesome little zoo. Just enough for my 5 yr old!
  • They have the biggest rabbits I've ever seen here
  • This place is much nice on the weekdays when there are only school trips here..... Odd right ?!
  • Entering the zoo costs 8 for adult and 6 for kids. There are plenty of attractions to kids. Sealions are fed on 11:30AM, 2 and 4 PM. Bring your own food, since there are only pricey vending machines.
  • It's and ok zoo but I definitely like the staten island zoo. It has more things to see and do with the kids.