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Zoo Exhibit

LA Zoo

Recomendado por 33 personas locales ·

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Desi
Desi
March 03, 2019
Try to go early during the day on a weekday, as the animals are more active in the morning, parking is easier, and there are less people. Take the kids to feed the giraffes between 11 a.m and 1 p.m or 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., get up close with hippos at noon. If you’re tired, take the children to the…
Jamie
Jamie
February 26, 2019
Super close and super fun to explore.
Shawn
Shawn
February 23, 2019
When in LA, stop and visit the ZOO! spend the day here watching/seeing these great animals
Elliot
Elliot
January 20, 2019
2.4 miles or 7 minutes located in Griffith Park
Evelyn
Evelyn
January 18, 2019
For all ages, to get a look at animals from around the world.

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Los Angeles, CA 90027