The zoo in Houston is really good. Fish are beautiful, many fish color amazing to me, there are channels for children to climb in the middle, elephants scratch between the fence itching results in the first half of the day can not come out of the appearance of laughing to death.
I visited this place when I was a child. They are always improving and upgrading facilities for better animal care. This is a great experience! I'm just a little angry because they don't let me touch tamarind trees and otters! My first date with my wife on October 15, 2002 was even at the zoo! The picture I uploaded here is my wife and myself, sitting on the bench in the pet zoo, where we held hands for the first time.
If you want to visit Houston, you can buy City Pass of Houston on the City Pass website, and then go to any of the above attractions for a brochure (this brochure is City Pass), which contains tickets for several famous Houston attractions (Houston's places worth playing basically include), not only much cheaper than simply buying, some attractions have a separate access to City Pass, you can not. With a long queue, I remember that the space center is Haha.
Houston Zoo is not as good as those famous zoos, but there are many animals in it. Some tropical animals are still very precious, and the ticket is cheap. It's only eight dollars. You might as well have a look. The zoo has two entrances. The main entrance is in Herman Park, while the other entrance is across the road from Herman Hospital.
The Houston Zoo opened in September 1922, when it was situated in Sam Houston Park. In 1921, the city of Houston bought some animals for its original collection, and then came up with the idea of establishing a zoo. The zoo facilities were later redeployed in Herman Park, and the Houston Zoo has been in Herman Park ever since. The zoo once tasted what was known as the Herman Park Zoo. The zoo's first director was Hans Nagle. He began working in Herman Park in 1922, and later became the first director of the zoo in 1925, when the zoo became large. The zoo did not have to pay any fees to enter before 1988.
Tickets are very expensive, but the scenery inside is not matched at all. Most animals are tropical animals. There are many lions and elephants in Africa. There are relatively few animals in Asia and North America. There are no special features. If you want to see African specialties, why am I here? Without American animals, their existence would be of no value to foreign tourists.
We can train our members for the last week in this area, although I would like to try HEAT. I'm glad to find that Zones Relax every once in a while. There are many channels, lights, water Spray Chill Out. Then they have Bird House, Insect House, even Gorilla's exhibition, and a leisure area.