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San Diego Zoo - Zoo in San Diego , United States of America

San Diego Zoo - Zoo in San Diego - 2920 Zoo Dr, USA

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About San Diego Zoo in San Diego

Zoo featuring giraffes, koalas, apes & more, plus tours & a conservation society.


San Diego Zoo, 2920 Zoo Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, United States

Open Hours

Monday- 9 am–5 pm
Tuesday- 9 am–5 pm
Wednesday- 9 am–5 pm
Thursday- 9 am–5 pm
Friday- 9 am–5 pm
Saturday- 9 am–5 pm
Sunday- 9 am–5 pm

Overall Rating


Total User Reviews (54735)

+1 619-231-1515
2920 Zoo Dr
San Diego Zoo, 2920 Zoo Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, United States
Geo Location
Lat long (32.7360353,-117.1509849)

San Diego Zoo - Featured Reviews (54735)

Adam ThompsonAdam Thompson

We did a full day with all tickets purchased online in advance. Early admission through the baby boom package, zoo pass and then dinner and aurora. The entire experience was first class. Having attractions like the kids park, gondola and bus tour as part of the ticket are very nice. Lines always moved very quickly and we're well organized. The zoo is as much a meticulous garden. The grounds are amazing. Staff were extremely engaged and attentive. Early morning pass was exceptional opportunity to be in the zoo before it got busy. Only issue was the amount of times we had to double back. The app and map are not always clear and it is easy to miss a turn and head in the wrong direction. Dinner at Albert's was very good. Plan for the whole day and enjoy.

Cindy DCindy D

You have to love the zoo! The koalas, the big cats, the aardvark, the elephants, the baby bears, penquins, rare birds, plant life and so much more! It was a beautiful day in San Diego and the zoo is a must see. We took advantage of items included with your admission such as the mini bus tour, the kangaroo bus transportation and the sky tram, but mostly it's great to walk around and observe the amazing wildlife. I was impressed by the efforts of the zoo to provide what appears to be suitable habitats and the proper environment for these wonderful creatures. Take in all you can as there is so much to see and much to learn. There were a few areas under construction, but hardly noticeable as you take in the vast area of the park. We have heard the safari is a great option and plan to check it out on a future visit. For our initial visit we wanted to walk throughout the zoo at our own pace. The walking is up and down hill, while our biggest challenge, to be honest. was dodging the hundreds of strollers. While also fun to watch the excitement of kids seeing some of these animals for the first time. The shops, restrooms and food/drink stands with tables and seating placed throughout the park, provide opportunities to take breaks during your stay. Pace yourself and allow most of the day to experience as much as you can. Have fun and support the San Diego zoo!

Jack FurlongJack Furlong

I enjoyed my trip to the San Diego Zoo. I would recommend getting the tickets online to save a few extra dollars. It is $70-$72 to get in to the zoo, which may seem like a lot but at least they offer free parking. The zoo itself is massive. The bus tour and tram ride is included with the price of the ticket was nice and was a great way to explore the park. I would recommend renting a scooter for $60 dollars to fully get the most out of the park if you aren’t able to walk. I walked 6 miles and still did not see the entire zoo. I would also like to recommend the zoo creating an app for the public to guide us better.

Todor TTodor T

This is a top-notch zoo! They have all kinds of animals, great and small. The zoo is organized by habitats (African savanna, Australian outback, etc.). It was my first visit, so I started with a free bus tour, which went all around the zoo, and the driver provided narration. After that, I knew where I wanted to go on foot. The zoo is very large, so taking the bus tour saved me from having to walk all around it. I enjoyed the aerial views from the free gondola rides.

Anthony ElisarrarasAnthony Elisarraras

The San Diego Zoo impressed me with its vast 1,800-acre wildlife haven. Their rhino breeding success is noteworthy. The guided tour among rhinos and giraffes was both enjoyable and educational. Despite ample walking, the numerous snack spots added convenience. While there are vegan options, expanding the variety could enhance the experience. 🦏🦒🌿

Rob MyrickRob Myrick

I visited as part of a industry convention. Our group had an encounter session with several animals with lunch. All of the handlers were knowledgeable and engaged in the animals and education of the group. We were only given a small window to see the rest and took the double-decker tour to see what we could. The driver was knowledgeable and funny at the same time. She was really good at getting us good photo angles when possible.

Tamilisa MinerTamilisa Miner

Wow! So fun! I am sure glad for the 30-min bus tour (suggest you do this first), and the Kangaroo bus. We saw awesome animals and had a great time. Of course the food is expensive so be prepared for that. I loved that there were demonstrations going on (a sloth with his care taker by the Little Critters Area). Also loved the hummingbird habitat (many types of birds not just hummingbirds). The view is beautiful from the sky ride and bridge. We saw giraffes, hippo, cheetah with his tongue out, lions, elephant up close, red pandas, eagles, etc. I hope we get to return here soon to see more! We spent a full day here and left at dinner time. We got half-price tickets on the La Jolla website! Just a tip! Follow me "Tam's Tips" on YouTube for more cool tips. Hope to see you at the zoo!

Desiree MierDesiree Mier

One of the best zoos ever. I went on a Sunday at around 12:00 noon. Great parking, not too crowded, and great weather, what else can you ask for. Hop on the 30 minute tour bus, the guy gives you a lot of input about the zoo and its animals and it helped me plan for my day. They have what they call Kangaroo buses with four stops. You can get on and off at whatever stop, very convenient to get to the areas you want to get to. On this day, the animals were very active, it made my day even more eventful. I paid for the Polar Express experience, found in the same area as a polar bears, it was worth it. I also saw a lot of children walking around with their face painted, but I didn't see any adults doing it. My thought, why not. I got my face painted, it took all but maybe 5 minutes, and I loved it! I drove from the San Fernando Valley to San Diego, two and a half to three hour drive. If you're in California, and within driving distance, the San Diego Zoo is worth the drive.

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Where is San Diego Zoo Located ?

San Diego Zoo Located in San Diego of 2920 Zoo Dr. The complete address is San Diego Zoo, 2920 Zoo Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, United States.

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