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It’s very small zoo park, but it’s great for children, and doesn’t take a lot of time to see. There is a building with restrooms, bones of a mammoth and outside there is big mammoth statue. There is a sunken garden with a big water...More
Took a group of young students here to enrich our science unit. The zoo is very small but has some nice animals and exhibits. The grounds are very nice and I’m sure sunken garden in full bloom would be spectacular. Giant pavilion for picnics and...More
I have been coming to Phillips park since I was a child, now i bring my Grandkids here. So much to do, and it's free (they do accept donations) Theres a large playground, a small museum showing off the Mastodon fossils discovered when they dug...More
Phillips Park Zoo is a historical gem The zoo was opened in 1915 and was the main surburban zoo until the opening of Brookfield in 1936. Their focus is now on local wildlife that includes some rescue animals. The grounds are very nice to walk...More
Went here with my brothers family (4 kids) They loved it. It was a small zoo, but well kept and many different animals to see. Also very reasonably priced. There is a park near it so you could spend a little more time playing if...More
We love taking our grandson to this zoo- we play at the park and walk to the zoo where we visit all our favorites - turtles, aligators, snakes, iguanas, peacocks, elk, eagles, vultures, owls and the beautiful white wolves... in the spring and summer the...More
Was looking for a new unexpected experience and I found it. Although I was there in Nov & didn't get to see the gardens, the zoo was great. It was a bit tricky to find the entrance, but once I did it was great. Small...More