Zoo Blooms Are Popping!
Pops of color are beginning to spring up all across the Cincinnati Zoo in preparation for Zoo Blooms! Don’t miss out on one of the Midwest’s largest tulip displays (more than 100,000 tulips!) which also features breathtaking hyacinths, daffodils, flowering shrubs and bushes. The zoo’s annual show of posies is here April 1 – 30. Make sure you make a plan to go!
Beyond Zoo Blooms
An egg-citing day including Easter-themed enrichment and treat stations.
Tunes & Blooms
April 6 – 27
Come hear some of Cincinnati’s revered musicians play in the Zoo garden.
Zoo-Going Tips With Your Kids
Enjoy these tips on how to make your zoo experience even better.
1. Take time to observe
You can learn a lot about an animal if you take more than a moment to stop and observe them.
2. Touch and Talk
If you’re going to a petting zoo or encounter an animal meet and greet, this is where you can get really hands-on. While you’re encouraging your child to touch an animal, ask them to describe how the animal feels. Does the animal feel hot or cold? Bumpy or Smooth? Wet or Dry?
3. Watch wildlife presentations
Wildlife presentations usually get you closer to the action so they should be an important part of your visit. Try to plan your visit before going to the zoo so that you don’t miss out on the presentation you and your child are most interested in.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
3400 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45220, USA
included with daily admission; free for members.
Contact Phone: 513-281-4700
Age recommendation: All ages