Open Hours: Jan to May - Mo to Su from 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM,May to Aug - Mo to Su from 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM,Sep to Oct - Mo to Fr from 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM,Sep to Oct - Sa to Su from 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM,Oct to Dec - Mo to Su from 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM
There is plenty to do for the whole family at this interesting zoo. Watch the big cats being fed, enjoy feeding time with the ... More
Edmonton Valley Zoo
There is plenty to do for the whole family at this interesting zoo. Watch the big cats being fed, enjoy feeding time with the sea lions, go on a train ride, or take a trip on a paddle-boat. The zoo is also involved in research and conservation. Special events are featured throughout the year, like the zoo-faris that concentrate on studying a particular type of animal or bird. The zoo is located ten minutes to the east of West Edmonton Mall . Check the website for varying dates.
This zoo is a joke. Don't waste your time or money going to this zoo (at least until all the reconstruction is done). There were barely any animals to see and those that you could you could not get a decent picture of because of all the bars or things blocking the view. Most of the enclosures are way too small and run down, it makes you feel sorry for all the poor animals "living" there. There was nothing there for kids to do or play on, again no photo ops here. There was only one over priced concession stand open other than that it was vending machines. About five minutes in we wanted to go back & get our money back. This is just a horrible zoo and we as Edmontionians should be ashamed to let other people see it. Fix it up or close it down.
I liked the show on the birds, the zoo has something diffrent going on all the time,
if someone makes such a big deal out of a color scheme in a zoo rather than talk about the animals they must have been really bored. like to see his or her room i bet are even worse than what he thought the zoo was and yeah buddy go stick with the calgary zoo i hear they need more animals like you in it
The Valley Zoo is a sad excuse to cage tired and depressed animals. The exhibits are old and are no longer a draw for tourists. They need bigger and better exhibits to bring in tourists. I give the Zoo a 1 barely.
Well it's one thing to either like or dislike our Valley Zoo. Though it's another to absolutely disrespect it when one has no idea what it takes to run/maintain it. Now I do understand that people have their various veiws...but, like I always say it takes a day one anothers shoes to understand the way things are on the other side of the road. Plus to add...the zoo is more or less for children, and I don't think they mind the color of the walls are orange-pink or red and if somewhere there are missing signs. Thank you for giving my family the chance to see animals in your zoo that we could not see otherwise because Calgary is just out of our range. Take care!
The Valley Zoo in Edmonton is a pretty lame excuse to cage a few poor animals who should be living elsewhere. There are only a handful of animals to see and most of them look tired and sick. As well the facilities have seen better days with poorly colored walls, missing signs and run down buildings. I'd rather go to the Calgary Zoo any day of the week.
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