World's Best Zoos
What’s the oldest zoo in America? How about the entire world? Discover the world’s best zoos, from the United States to Asia, where wondrous wildlife exhibits delight visitors of all stripes.
Wildwood Discovery ParkThe long tufts on this furry cat’s ears are a definite standout at Wildwood Discovery Park. Located in northeast Kent, England, the 40-acre park is home to over 200 species of animals, including this captivating Eurasian lynx, indigenous to the British Isles. 960 1280
Central Park ZooThese adorable snow leopards make their home at NYC’s Central Park Zoo. Only 6.5 acres, the zoo is small in size but big on star attractions: More than 150 species of wildlife from around the world can be found here, from mammals and birds, to reptiles and amphibians. 960 1280
Bronx ZooWhile in New York, don’t forget the Bronx Zoo, either. Make sure to bring your walking shoes; the 265-acre zoo is the world’s largest metropolitan zoo, home to some 6,000 animals, representing 650 species.