The Alameda Park Zoo was founded in 1898 as a deer park at its present location at the south end of Alameda Park to entertain train passengers while they waited for the train to refuel. Currently, it is home to nearly 300 animals representing 90 species, the 12-acre Alameda Park Zoo offers an education center, picnic area, playground and gift shop that's perfect for families and visitors of all ages. With a mission to promote education in the environmental fields of study, conservation, recreation, and biological research, the zoo connects humans with animals through audio, visual and tactical experiences. Visit the Species Survival Plan Captive Facility for the Mexican Gray Wolf, take a guided tour, enroll in a docent program, or attend a lecture. Check the calendar for the annual Earth Day celebration, concerts, and other events. Open daily 9 am to 5 pm (except Christmas and New Years)
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Alameda Park Zoo
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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