Woodland Park Zoo
Woodland Park Zoo, located in Seattle, is a 92-acre facility that houses several threatened and endangered species from throughout the world. The zoo, which was the first to build naturalistic exhibits, is extremely popular with families, and its 300 different species include Asian and African elephants, as well as snow leopards, jaguars, lemurs, and grizzly bears.
Check the current schedule for daily activities, animal feedings, and informative talks, as well as the solar-powered carousel’s operating hours. Animal lovers can arrange an animal encounter tour, which allows them to get up up and personal with some of the zoo’s most fascinating fauna, frequently with the opportunity to feed or touch them. Meeting giraffes, penguins, lemurs, and other residents is one of the highlights of the trip.