Explore Colorado: Denver Zoo

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Jennifer Broome shows us how to explore the Denver Zoo in 3 hours.

The Denver Zoo is one of the most popular zoos in the country.  With so much to see and fun to be had, you may wonder how to do the zoo in under three hours.  Within three hours you can catch the popular Sea Lion Show, the Elephant Demo, feed the Lorikeets, ride the train and see some of your favorite animals.  See the zoo a different way by getting the new Activity Map at Predator Ridge or Elephant Passage.  It’s filled with interactive and fun activities for kids 2-6 years old.

Click the link to download the Activity Map.

The Denver Zoo is open every day of the year.  Summer hours through October 31st are 9am-5pm.  Admission is: $15 for 12-64, $12 for 65 and older, $10 for kids 3-11, and children two and under are free.

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