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It was a really nice time I went with my son and my husband. I did visit the Stoneham zoo two weeks prior. I would say the big difference between the two zoos is taking very clearly marked the route you were supposed to take, which made it so we did not miss any exhibits. When we were leaving your zoo we realize that we missed part of the zoo. Some more directional help or clear a path would be helpful.
Ended up going there because Franklin Park was sold out for the day. It's smaller than Franklin Park, which is expected in a small town. We ended up getting there around 2pm and many of the animals, especially cool ones, were asleep. Otherwise it's was a nice day out.
Loved it all, but watching the fur seals during the training and feeding was my favorite, short but very enjoyable, get there 10 minuets early for a good spot and to guarantee you don’t miss it, the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Don’t forget the kids
I loved everyone was social distancing as well as wearing masks. It was a very clean zoo. There were so many animals as well as friendly. We had a wonderful experience with my family, we will be going again real soon.
Very spacious zoo, plenty of room to distance from others and still experience the attractions! Loved all the exhibits! The rainforest attraction was under construction. The animals were beautiful!