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Don't miss this exciting metropolitan zoo best known for having the largest collection of primates in the United States and for its Rainforest exhibit, which features a thrilling simulated tropical rain storm.
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Animal Exhibits, Preschool Safari, Kids Days, Overnight-Night Tracks, Overnight, Rising Waters: Penguin and Pajamas, Date Night at the Zoovies, Preschool Safari - Nature Explorers, Overnight-Outback After Dark, Preschool Safari - Mammals and Me, Weddings, Corporate Events & Meetings, Birthday Parties & Showers, Picnics, Non-Profit Events, All Zoo Venues, Tram Service, Stroller & Wheelchair Rentals,
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Parking: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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I thought it was a good zoo

I went to the zoo a couple of years ago, and I thought it was a pretty good zoo. I thought that it wasn't too small. I really enjoyed its indoor rain forest and its elephant exhibit. The picnic area is also nice.



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Rainforest rocks

the rainforest @ the cleveland zoo far outranked the zoo itself. the zoo is kinda small, very limited animals-1 giraffe, 1 hippo, 3 elephans, 1 lion, etc. but hte rainforest was so cool-and such a learning experience. the ""dinosaurs"" exhibit (walking tour) was pretty cool too, but i hear (cause i didn't shell out hte extra $$) that the ""virtual"" dinosour ""ride"" was way overpriced-and only a few minutes long



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Probably one of the best I have been to. They are 2 separate attractions in the same lot but worth it. (also not very expensive to get both). You can really get up close w/ some of the animals and it has some of the best viewing of them in both places....not many cages mostly window and outdoor type enclosures.

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