Top 10 Things Not to Miss at the Fort Worth Zoo
Find out why U. S. Today ranks the Fort Worth Zoo #4 in the country for Zoological Experiences!
1 African Savannah Exhibit Just opened in 2018, the new African Savannah Exhibit lets you view giraffes, gazelle, ostriches, white pelicans and more all together in a more natural setting. Bring $6 cash to purchase lettuce leafs to feed the giraffes! The African themed village offers dining areas and a gift shop. Don’t miss the Hippo Keeper Talk in the new hippo enclosure, with above and below water viewing! It’s hard not to love these water giants when they reach their head up to allow their keepers to feed them! Click HERE to view the daily Keeper Talk Schedule.
2. Stingray Cove Just opened in Spring, 2019, you can feed the stingrays by hand at this fun exhibit! Admission cost to Stingray Cove is $5/person.
3. Texas Wild Both native Texans and visitors to the Lone Star State can learn something as you tour through Texas Wild, with children’s play areas, dining areas, a short film about Texas Weather and a walk through the different regions that make up the great state! Don’t forget to bring in your nature journal or nature finds to trade at the Texas Nature Traders!
4. Yellow Rose Express Train
Located at Texas Wild, the Yellow Rose Express Train takes you on a ride through the zoo. Train admission is $3.
5. Australian Outback and Tazmanian Tower
Go Down Under with a look at kangaroos, wallabies and more animals from Australia, then see if you can climb like a lemur at Tazmanian Tower!
6. Safari Splash
Cool off at this fun jungle-themed splash pad! Admission is $5/person with general zoo tickets.
7. MOLA Museum of Living Art
From Gharial Crocodiles to the Komodo Dragons, the Museum of Living Art is truly a wonderful place to visit!
8. Animal Outreach Stage Show at the Outdoor Learning Theater
Check the schedule for daily animal presentations.
9. Asian Falls
See the zoo’s Asian elephants from atop the walkway, then head around to visit the white tiger and 2 Malayan Tigers. Keep walking to see the zoo’s 4 lions, although you might hear Jabulani before you see him, his roars can be heard up to 5 miles away!
10. Raptor Canyon and Parrot Paradise
Walk through an enclosed aviary as eagles, vultures and more fly above your head, then head over to Parrot Paradise, when you can purchase food sticks to feed the friendly cockatiel that alight on your hand to eat.
Fort Worth Zoo
1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth
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