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    Went to the zoo with my grandmother (78), my aunt, and my 3 boys and had a wonderful time. The Desert Dome and Kingdom of the Night is a great start to the zoo. The mist sprayers that line the park walkways make the heat bearable and gave the boys a fun way to cool off. The gorilla exibit was amazing as well as the cats and bears. We didn’t quite make it to all the exhibits but hit a good majority of them. I have lived in Omaha for 2 years now and this was our first visit. I will definitely be taking my boys again and again.

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    Best zoo in the world! So many exhibits to look at. Penguins where probably the kids favorite. Bring your walking shoes because you will be sore by the end. We took a stroller and a collapsible wagon for our lunch cooler. The wagon was ok but got a little heavy towards the end. They will stamp your hand so you can come and go from the zoo at anytime. I would recommend packing lunch but leaving it in your car so you don’t have to haul it around the entire zoo. Less is more because you will walk many miles. Wonderful place and great memories made. Can’t wait to go back.

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    This is the best zoo I’ve ever been to. Exhibits aside, they are also extremely pet friendly. We had to leave our dog in a small kennel room in Guest Services, and they treated him awesomely.

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    Extraordinary zoo! I’ll get the bad out of the way first: they aren’t open enough hours in a day, and like most zoos, the food is expensive (and not great). However, the presentation of habitats, atmosphere, and animal variety are all quite excellent. We especially loved the aquarium, the desert dome, and the prairie dogs that roam freely all over the hills. We want to go back because we missed a lot. Many attractions close at 4 or 5pm.

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    Awesome… Definitely been worht the 2.5 hours drive all 3 times we’ve been since I moved to Iowa.