Fodor's Expert Review Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

Druid Hill Park Zoo/Aquarium Fodor's Choice

More than 2,000 animals live in the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, the third-oldest zoo in the country. Elephants, lions, giraffes and hippos are among the park's roaming game. The zoo's centerpiece is a new African penguin habitat, a state-of-the-art facility surrounded by water housing the country's largest breeding colony of Afircan penguins. Other exhibits feature a giraffe-feeding station, the polar bear arctic pool, and a petting zoo with a re-created barnyard. Also, don't miss the Jones Falls Zephyr, a locomotive modeled on an 1863 locomotive that takes visitors on a 10-minute ride alongside the African Journey exhibit. Surrounding the zoo is grand, leafy Druid Hill Park, which was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.

Zoo/Aquarium Fodor's Choice Family

Quick Facts

1876 Mansion House Dr.
Baltimore, Maryland  21217, United States

410-366–5466

www.marylandzoo.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $17.50, Mar.–Dec., daily 10–4.

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