The Los Angeles Zoo could be the beginning of a new world for any child and bring back the childlike excitement in yourself by seeing these animals. With over 2,200 animals and 60 endangered species in this zoo, you can find yourself looking around for hours.
This beautiful zoo and botanical garden is located at 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, Ca, 90027. The zoo sits on the edge of Griffith park, in the Glendale district. You can access the Los Angeles Zoo via personal vehicle, bus or metro.
Within the zoo, there are over 7,000 species of plants, 2,200 species of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish represented, where 60 or more are endangered. With Zoologists and other staff scattered around the park, you can ask any question you have about the animal you are watching. You can be transported by visiting the Elephants of Asia exhibit, seeing the gentle giants up close and personal.
From the Fennec Fox to the Nigerian pygmy goat to the Mertin’s water monitor, you have plenty of animals to learn about and see. During the Christmas season, there is an event named Animals Aglow that allows you to visit the park at night to see everything from a different perspective.
Nearby, you can go see the old grounds of the zoo that also has hiking trails. You can explore the ruins of the old zoo, see the trails throughout the zoo from an overgrown perspective. For the children, who aren’t yet tired out, you can visit the Children’s park around the corner or Amir’s Garden. If you packed a picnic, the Mineral Wells Picnic Area is the perfect area to enjoy a meal with friends or family. If you are looking for something more well known, you can go visit the Hollywood sign, Universal Studios or the Hollywood walk of fame.
If you are looking for something fun to do after visiting Cavalier Builders then check out the Los Angeles Zoo. Below are the driving directions. You can also check out another attraction here.