We love ZooTampa. This destination for families serves a vital role in protecting beautiful animals, and educates the public about them. It’s a space dedicated to conservation that continues to captivate Tampa year after year. In TripAdvisor’s recent traveler’s choice awards, ZooTampa ranked in the top 10% of attractions worldwide.
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ZooTampa is home to koalas, red wolves, river hogs, hippos, elephants, flamingos, a variety of birds, and so much more. Major attractions include the canopy aviary, the Macaw Flyover experience, the Zooventures Theater, and the Indian Rhino encounter.
Explore the wonderful and wild ZooTampa in Lowry Park
Of all the animals you can meet at the zoo, my personal favorites are the iconic shoebill stork and African painted dogs. If you want to have your curiosity about the natural world around you stimulated, then this is the place to go. Yes, you can even go on a safari inside ZooTampa.
To learn more about the facility and plan you visit, check out ZooTampa’s website.
Coming soon to ZooTampa is Creatures of the Night. This special Halloween event runs on weekends from September 29 through October 29. Ghouls and goblins of all ages can enjoy howling outdoor experiences, spooky characters, creepy culinary treats, and much more.
Enter Creatures of the Night if you dare
This year’s event features elder vampires Count Chirop and his wife, Countess Tera. Thriving on the spirit of celebration and friends to the human world, these elegant vampires invite you to their Vampire Ball where fun and dancing is encouraged.
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