The staff are awesome. We got there late due to the traffic jam, so we may not see as much as planned. I did see the tigers, they were fed, and the staff answered questions.
It can be said that the animals of all continents can be seen here, especially the rainforest orangutan arboretum is very worth remembering, to see it is very happy.
There are more than 5,000 animals in the Toronto Zoo, which is Canada's first-class zoo. It's very big inside, and there are paid transportation vehicles. I traveled inside for more than 4 hours. The zoo is arranged according to each state, and basically there are representative animals in each state. There is also a special panda house. Worth a visit Opening hours: 9:00-19:00 every day in summer; 9:00-18:00 every day in spring and autumn; 9:30-16:30 in winter. One hour before closing is the last entry time. Cost: Admission fee is 19 Canadian dollars (15 US dollars) for adults, 13 Canadian dollars for students, 11 Canadian dollars (8.80 US dollars) for children 4-12 years old, free for children under 3 years old.
If you have been to Xiangjiang Wildlife Park in China, you will regret going to Toronto Zoo in Canada. All the animals are just a handful. Tigers and penguins can’t be seen. Anyway, it’s not worth going. It takes only ten minutes to drive to this zoo from my house.
TORONTO ZOO (also known as Toronto Zoo) is the seventh largest attraction in Toronto. The location of the attraction is the largest city in Canada. I like it here.
Only one moose :( there’s a moose in the zoo it needs to be loose. There’s a moose in the zoo it is sad
With both kids we’ve gotten a membership while on leave. It’s a great way to walk around and get the kids moving. All the staff are so helpful and knowledgeable.
Very expensive to see 5/6 light shows. Overrated for a 30 minute walk. Not worth it whatsoever!!! Would not recommend it
The light show was very poor, pale as compared to Tonga Lumina in Mont Tremblant, and not worth the money nor the time. Very few lights. The tunnel lights were so bright that it hurt the eyes. Noth...
Okay, this normally would get 5 stars, but It's been months since our Pre-Covid visit. We went to the Zoo for the millionth time. Most kids in the Toronto area have been to the Metro Toronto Zoo eithe...