1. Ken Mercado

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    please clean the bathrooms!! That’s the only thing keeping me from giving 5 stars. The restrooms by the kids play area was disgusting (paper towels and toilet paper everywhere). The restroom at the entrance was disgusting (paper all over, toilet paper and a dirty diaper on the floor of the handicap stall). But the worst one by far was the restroom by the climbing tower and earthquake shack! There was actually toilet paper with fecal matter on it on the floor and all of the toilets weren’t flushed. Also, I never saw anyone cleaning the bathrooms. Gross! Every hand sanitizer dispenser we tried either didn’t work or was empty. I hope people aren’t getting sick from the dirty conditions there.

  2. Terry Lee

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    I hate to write a bad review. But 42 bucks for my wife and I including 8 bucks for parking. Polar bear makes me sad. No impressive animal presentations for kids. And most importantlyThe animals looked depressed. The wolverine exhibit was so fake and sad. This is the closest I’ve seen to a prison for animals. So sad especially knowing this is in San Francisco california of all places. You have plenty of zoos to visit like the new orleans Audubon zoo or manhattan zoo. But this maybe you should skip

  3. Thomas Wysocki

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    Not the largest zoo that I’ve been to, but the good thing about that is that there’s very little to obstruct your view of the animals. I was impress with the variety of animals and the ease at which you can walk through the entire park without getting lost or frustrated because the tiger is hiding behind the bushes. Seems like a good place for kids since it’s not too far a walk and the animals are pretty easy to spot.Ignore all of the stupid comments about animals sleeping. Yes, if you go midday, then there’s a good chance that they may be sleeping to avoid the midday sun, but the good thing is that you’ll still get to see them and if you hang around to late afternoon there’s often feeding time.

  4. Jose Hernandez

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    Meh, I honestly thought this was gonna be a great zoo but it was more like a LONG walk in the park. Took my gf there as a surprise and honestly she seemed really bored with it and I was too. There were barely any animals and most things were closed. Will probably never return. Good thing the Great Bridge and beach made up for it. We’re from Fresno, even the zoo over here was better IMO. That says a lot.

  5. Danny Roldan

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    It’s been easily over 10 years since I’ve been to the SF Zoo, and last I remember it wasn’t very great and to be honest, very lackluster. So when my girlfriend wanted to go to the SF Zoo for her birthday, I was reluctant but still took her. Hoping that things have changed since I was a kid, the SF Zoo still is lackluster. The zoo is very big and nice to walk around, but the atmosphere isn’t great. We spent about 2.5 hrs walking around the zoo taking pictures for the most part, but it wasn’t very busy. The people there weren’t super excited to be there, and it appeared that the animals didn’t want to be there either. Most of the animals seemed like they wanted to sleep most of the time. People go to the zoo to see animals up and about, experiencing what it’s like to see an animal is its “habitat”. People don’t need to go to the zoo to see the animals sleep.