1. Jeff Smith

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    For two out-of-county visitors and parking, we paid $25 for admission. The problem is that for $25, this zoo does not have enough exhibits, is not big enough (the whole zoo took just an hour and a half to walk through), and had too many closed exhibits to justify the price. If the full zoo is not open, full admission prices should not be applied. Next time we’ll just say we’re residents and pay $4 each.

  2. Brandon White

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    I love this place. Staff is very nice and animals seem to be treated well.

  3. Chad Cooper

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    Small but nice because it seems more intimate with the animals even though they are behind the cage. Very affordable and you can bring in your own lunch so that is really nice. Staff was really nice and helpful.

  4. aimee k

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    Took my Grandaughter to the zoo,..she’s 3. Had a good time except at the end, 1 of the tiger triplets was staring her down,.eye to eye. We then looked at the Lioness’. As we were passing the tigers again to leave, the one staring at her got up and chased inside the cage.(Glass display) We were both frightened at the agression this tiger displayed. Hope the handlers are CAREFUL!

  5. Dan Murphy

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    A nice zoo — great for families. It is a parklike setting with a pond. While a smaller zoo, but still has a good selection of larger animals (lions, tigers, leopards, rhinos, etc). Offers camel and pony rides for kids. Admission is very inexpensive, especially for Ingham Co residents. I would like to see additions to the aquarium area, quite small. There are separate buildings for primates and reptiles. The penguim and river otter exhibits are well-laid out. The zoo is in a convenient location of Lansing near downtown and I-496, ample parking. Open year round (with free admission during the off-season).