America’s 10 Largest Zoos

About 20 miles east of San Francisco's downtown, the Oakland Zoo is a nationally renowned leader in animal welfare, rescue, and conservation.

Oakland Zoo

The only state-approved rehabilitation programme for live stranded marine animals is housed in this unique facility.

Alaska SeaLife Center

One of the best things to do in St. Louis is visit the free Saint Louis Zoo, which is dedicated to conservation and research.

Saint Louis Zoo

The Fort Worth Zoo is the oldest continually running zoo in Texas, having welcomed visitors since 1909 and providing education.

Fort Worth Zoo

With good cause, the internationally known San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park welcome over 6 million visitors annually.

San Diego Zoo and Safari Park

With 265 acres and more than 700 species, the Bronx Zoo in New York City is the largest urban zoo in the country.

Bronx Zoo

The outdoor exhibits, which include giraffes, zebras, and alligators, are open for families to view. Beautiful ecosystems, plenty of shade, and an amazing zip line experience are all present.

Brevard Zoo

The Minnesota Zoo is open year-round and has both indoor and outdoor exhibits. It is situated on around 500 acres of freshwater ponds and woodlands, some 20 miles south of downtown Minneapolis.

Minnesota Zoo

One of the eleven Audubon Nature Institute locations, the Audubon Zoo is a well-liked family destination since it houses a diverse range of species in distinctive natural habitats.

Audubon Zoo

The 84-acre Denver Zoo, home to more than 3,000 species, has a strong emphasis on sustainability and conservation.

Denver Zoo