The Seneca Park Zoo features educational programs, participates in conservation programs, and displays a wide variety of ... More
Seneca Park Zoo
The Seneca Park Zoo features educational programs, participates in conservation programs, and displays a wide variety of animals that represent the great biological diversity to be found in such families and categories as fish, invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
This is a great zoo don't get me wrong but it's just the typical zoo. The new renovations and animals they are adding are nice and decent, but personally I just think going once or twice is a good idea. Its not a place to go to ever day.
The staff "personal host" was extremely rude to our guests. She did not provide any accomodations to help bring our gifts to the parking lot. She refused to let us use the wagon to pull the gifts saying it was due to health and safety regulations because the animals are transported on them then later she put our food and cake on the wagon leaving it in a hallway. She kicked our guests out of the party room stating there was another party but come to find out she lied and the party was in another room. The room was not decorated, there was no scavenger hunt at the end (all of these were included in the family package). My guests ended up serving the cake because the "hostess" was not around. If you are looking for a party that is hosted by friendly, competent individuals...this is NOT the place to have it. I am disgusted by how our guests were treated. Definitely go somewhere else. I can see why this poor zoo is starving for money....they hire animals to work there too! If they tell you that your host is named Gina....RUN!
I've visited the Seneca Park Zoo for years. Probably been there about 15 times. They have defiantly improved over the years, and it is always a fun visit, with great presentations/activities. I'm in college in Rochester and would like to go again.
Visited here with my father and found that there had been many great changes in the past few years. Very child friendly and beautifully kept. We especially enjoyed the polar bears and the African black-footed penguins. This is a don't miss if spending time in the Rochester area.
The last time i was at the zoo was 20 years ago!I saw alot more animals and the new home where very exelently done!I feelt like a kind again,i had a wonderful time i would tell anyone[any age]to go and see the excelent homes for the animals!I thank you for the of my life!!!!!!!!!!!
Personaly, I would reccomend coming to the Zoo all the time! The zoo gives me a chance to see all the animals I read about (I love to read!) up close! Thanks to the zoo, my dreams of seeing wild animals up close and personal came true!
I love the Seneca Park Zoo. It is a wonderful place for kids. The compact size of teh zoo makes it an easy walk for little children and older people. It is set up to be both entertaining and amusing. I recommed it to every one I know
After visiting other zoos, this one doesn't have all that much to offer. I don't care for some of the animal habitats. They seem too small and have been that way for years. Not updated.
This is really not a good zoo for photo opps either. You have to view most of the animals through fences and bars.
Just my humble opinion.
I love going to the zoo im 11 years old but the zoos for any age i enjoy see animals that i usally dont see in my back yard some people hate it and one of the resons is they go on the hottest ddays and not all animals like to sun bathe but if u go on a cool day it is so much fun!! so take my advicce and go on a cool day!!!!!!u will really love it its a ripe off to get in but how else are they going to buy food if they dont have a lot of money??
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