Milwaukee County Zoo - Reviews from across the web
Love this zoo! - user review
We visit the Milwaukee Zoo every year, usually in the summer. Don't think we ever fully appreciated it until we went to the San Diego Zoo recently. Milwaukee is much more patron-friendly...
Cost too much - user review
We have a membership for the zoo. My husband and I take the kids to the zoo about 16 times a year. We go that often for the special events, holidays, night lights, nights in sum...
Amazing! - user review
This is a wonderful zoo. Plan to spend the whole day. They not only have amazing animals, they have a small aquarium, a milking barn and even a few rides. Trust me the kids will want t...
Great Zoo - user review
Our family has visited many zoo's including Denver, St. Louis, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Des Moines, and Brookfield in Chicago. I would rate this as our #2 on our list (So far, nothing ha...
Great zoo! - user review
The only problem with this zoo is that it is too large to see everything in one day. There are things scheduled that are far away from each other so that it is difficult to get from...
Up close & personal - user review
I loved the fact that u could get exteemely close to the big cats. There is only a window between u and the cats, its amazing! I personally was able to see every animal there, i re...
Excellent Zoo - user review
This zoo is a true oasis in the city of Milwaukee. With approximately 2500 animals, there is something for everyone. The newly renovated feline building is extraordinary, with tiger...
We went on a free day - user review
It was nice because it was a free day, just had to pay for parking. Overall, I was kind of disappointed with the zoo. The park was very dirty, trash, cans, branchs, dead leaves...
We just loved this ZOO! - user review
We went there two years ago and we just loved it! There were a lot of things for the children to do. My little girl just loved riding the ponies! We live in Denver Colorado and our zo...
It is animal heaven - user review
It is HUGE filled with many different animals of all kinds.HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA thats what i did all day it is SO SO fun there. go t...
Not What I expected - user review
The zoo was super clean, and the faculty were friendly, but somehow it wasn't what I expected. It was mostly navigable, but it seemed you couldn't find exactly what you wanted. Also I d...
It's a jungle out there - user review
Milwaukee County Zoo has been in existance for over fourty years, which is also true of myself. I can speak from experience that educational, entertainment, and recreational oppe...
Pretty nice zoo, but didn't quite live up to expectations - user review
My wife and I went to the zoo over memorial day weekend, and it was a very nice zoo. Due to the expectations we had received from others, we were expecting something very special. It is...
No title - user review
I am very sad that I have to write what I am about to... but here goes... I was at the Milwaukee Zoo this past weekend... and it was a disappointing experience. I am a zoo fanatic and ...
Great zoo! - user review
What a wonderful experience! This zoo is so beautiful and patron friendly. The animals were very close-up and in lovely settings. We could not have...
Where are the meerkats? - user review
In Milwaukee for the weekend (7/05). Loved the city but the zoo was disappointing. Big cat exhibit was being renovated. Many of the exhibits had no animals in them. Empty! No mee...
Milwaukee County Zoo - expert review
Inside this enormous park are more than 3,000 wild animals and birds -- including endangered species -- plus educational programs, narrated tram tours, miniature-train rides, and cross-country skiing trails. Japanese snow monkeys occupy their own island, and the grizzly bears are reliably entertaini...
Getting Here - Milwaukee County Zoo
• Since the 1850s, some people have thought that certain animals use the earth's magnetism to find their way. And while it's true that many animals are sensitive to magnetic fields, magnetism doesn't explain where the mental "map" comes from that enables animals ranging from geese to...
Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee, WI : Reviews and maps - Yahoo! Local
Rebekah C. - Jul 29, 2005 (rated 4/5). This zoo has everything you could want, except the polar bear that doesn't always show h...
Milwaukee County Zoo - Milwaukee - Reviews of Milwaukee County Zoo - TripAdvisor
This zoo is a true oasis in the city of Milwaukee. With approximately 2500 animals, there is something for everyone. The newly renovated feline building is extraordinary, with tigers, lions, jaguars & cheetahs. There is also an excellent family farm area, where kids can see live demonstrations, a da...
OnMilwaukee.com Milwaukee Buzz: Milwaukee County Zoo gets an Idol shout out
A large chunk of America just saw the Milwaukee County Zoo get a shout out on the American Idol finale. There's a bushbaby that was lucky enough to be sponsored by the Fox show and it's got a special name: Simon. An AI hopeful was told by the nasty British judge that he looked like a bushbab...
outside.in · Milwaukee County Zoo in Milwaukee, WI
Muuri (whose name means "Lightning" in one of Australia's aboriginal languages) and Bamba ("With Force") have arrived at the Milwaukee County Zoo from their home at the San Diego...
Milwaukee County Zoo - Milwaukee, WI, 53226-4384 - Citysearch
Take in a playful wrestling match between bear cubs, see the necking giraffes, observe the paddling penguins and watch chimpanzees swinging from branch to branch. The perfect day includes ice-cold lemonade from the Flamingo Cafe and strolling the grounds with an ice cream cone. From domestic farm an...
Milwaukee County Zoo - Attractions/Entertainment - 10001 W Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee, WI, 53226, US - Wedding Mapper
If you are in to animals like we are, the zoo is a perfect place to have your guests come for free to the zoo to see the animals before the reception. The Pecks Welcome Center was big enough and...
Zoo Facts - Milwaukee County Zoo
The Milwaukee County Zoo began in the 1890's as a miniature mammal and bird display in a barn at what is now Washington Park. By 1902, the Zoo had 23 acres of land and 800 animals. In 1937, when all parks went under the jurisdiction of the Milwaukee County Park Commission, the Zoo had grown to 38 ac...