We took our family to the zoo, and it was certainly an okay zoo format, but so expensive! Our group had two seniors, four people over 18, and three children. The one day fee was more than a family membership for a year would have...More
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The parking lot was a madhouse when we arrived at noon, but we didn't care because we took MAX. Lots of people with young children on this sunny summer weekday but it didn't feel too crowded except when trying to get near a viewing area...More
The zoo was very clean and the animals looked healthy. There were restrooms available throughout the zoo for our 3 grandchildren.we enjoyed the orangatan and elephants. We wish they had feedings and shows later in the day, as by 3:00 There were no more feedings...More
There was a build up towards visiting this zoo...we'd really been looking forward to going and finally were able to this last Monday. Really disappointed. Not so much by the zoo and grounds but by what I perceive to be a total lack of regard...More
I've been to several zoos, and while not the largest, Oregon Zoo has a lot to see. Zoo grounds and enclosures are very clean, staff was friendly, and there are plenty of places to view the animals up close. Really love what they did with...More
zoo was clean, staff was friendly. animals were hiding a lot while we were there even though it was a nice, sunny day. The layout is nice. overall a nice zoo to visit.
I have not been to Portland for 20 years. WOW a difference. The elephant attraction was huge and meandering. Their is so much that has changed. My grandkids parents have an annual pass and it got me in also. It was four hours of amazing...More