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America's Most-Visited Zoos

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Thomas A. Alexander

Go wild for the animals and special events that make these America’s most popular zoos.

No. 15 Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, OH

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Annual Visitors: 1,399,809

Feline fans have a new reason to head to America’s second-oldest zoo. At the Cat Canyon, visitors can now watch Malayan tigers, cougars, snow leopards, and white tigers bask on rocks and lounge among waterfalls. More wild kitties await at Night Hunters, a recently opened nocturnal exhibit. There, see sand cats, fishing cats, bobcats, and ocelots stalk about in darkened areas. Not a cat person? Not a problem. The zoo’s 500-plus species count everything from manatees to polar bears.

Children 2–12, $10; ages 13–61, $15; seniors 62 and up, $10; cincinnatizoo.org.

America's Most-Visited Zoos

No. 15 Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, OH

Annual Visitors: 1,399,809

Feline fans have a new reason to head to America’s second-oldest zoo. At the Cat Canyon, visitors can now watch Malayan tigers, cougars, snow leopards, and white tigers bask on rocks and lounge among waterfalls. More wild kitties await at Night Hunters, a recently opened nocturnal exhibit. There, see sand cats, fishing cats, bobcats, and ocelots stalk about in darkened areas. Not a cat person? Not a problem. The zoo’s 500-plus species count everything from manatees to polar bears.

Children 2–12, $10; ages 13–61, $15; seniors 62 and up, $10; cincinnatizoo.org.

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