Top-rated Zoos in the United States

The zoo in Providence, Rhode Island, opened in 1872 with a small collection of animals and now offers modern conservation and educational experiences.

Roger Williams Park Zoo

Roger Williams Park Zoo offers a variety of animal exhibits including a Komodo dragon, red pandas, Masai giraffes, and African elephants, as well as exciting experiences like feeding giraffes, a zip ride, and train excursions through nature.

What to Expect: Roger Williams Park Zoo

opened in 1914, Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York, houses over 700 animals from 275 species, with a focus on animal care and conservation of endangered species.

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

Rosamond Gifford Zoo offers the option to "Adopt an Animal" and conservation education programs for various events, including kids' zoo camps and corporate events.

What to Expect: Rosamond Gifford Zoo

Opened in 1993, Cameron Park Zoo in Waco, Texas, offers a 52-acre natural habitat adjacent to the Brazos River, featuring waterfalls, a lake, and ponds for over 1,700 animals to enjoy amidst native vegetation.

Cameron Park Zoo

Cameron Park Zoo offers various habitats to explore, including the South American Exhibit with Galapagos Tortoises and squirrel monkeys, and a 50,000-gallon saltwater aquarium showcasing local animals.

What to Expect: Cameron Park Zoo

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