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- 98%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (11)
- Toronto ZooMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersGreen Travelers+ 1Jan 25, 2014
LOTS of animals (which means lots of babies year-round), exceptional hours making for great off season visits, upgrading and welcoming more species/individuals all the time. I would highly recommend this zoo for every visitor. Great for families, young adults, seniors, and everyone else!
For my full review visit http://zoocritic.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/review-toronto-zoo/
- Toronto ZooMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 1Sep 10, 2013
Not the best zoo I've seen but not a bad one either. If you consider the size of this place they don't have too many animals.. It's open all year round but during the school year most of the restaurants are closed so make sure you'll bring enough food with you.
- Toronto ZooMar 13, 2013
I went here during winter and also summer. What a big difference, during the winter I saw only 40% of the animals. During the summer, I saw 95% of the animals. I'm a big animal lover and I had a blast.
You definitely don't see some of these animals in Vancouver, BC. For example, I got to see Kangeroos. You don't see that everywhere.
- Toronto ZooFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Hard to get to (it's really far out, best if you have a car, though the TTC will get you there just fine - check myttc.ca for specific directions). I went in Fall last time and it was okay - cool weather, but that was enjoyable. Not all the exhibits were open, and it was $25 to get in. I didn't really feel like I got my money's worth, but it was still a nice way to spend a day, walking around the grounds and seeing some animals I've never come across before. I hear it's great for kids - maybe not so much for childless young adults!