Birthday parties 2023: 1 outdoor birthday party can be booked per day at the picnic tables at 11 am. There are 4 picnic tables that are outdoors and under roof. There is not an indoor option if it rains. If there are 20 or more people, the party will qualify for the group rate of $9 per person. If there are less than 20 people regular admission rates apply. You may bring additional tables and chairs if you wish. You must bring all plates, utensils, etc that you need. The area can be decorated, and you can have access starting at 10am, however for the safety of our animals balloons and confetti type decorations are not allowed. You may bring any cake/refreshments, or food you wish for your guests, however only the food we furnish may be fed to our animals. There is electric available in the area. To check availability or make a reservation call the front desk at 724-593-8300. Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nice place to take your family for a day. Lots of good information on most of the exhibits about the behaviors of the animals. More of an I close experience than any zoo I have ever been too. We have a season pass and the kids ask to go all the time during the summer. We can’t wait to return because sometimes you miss a few things you see the best trip.
This animal park is great. Hands down, great. My family enjoy it so much that we purchased the season pass for 2019. It is reasonably priced and so close to home. Its a nice alternative, than driving to Pittsburgh. They have a nice variety of animals like lions, camels, alligators, tigers, wolves and so much more. They do special events during Halloween (evening walk through) and my son’s favorite Super Hero Day. Its not as big as the Pittsburgh Zoo, but it’s still a very nice place to enjoy the day. If you haven’t been there before, please go and enjoy. If you haven’t been there for a while, go back! They have been adding a lot of new exhibits!
Great way to see animals in a way you rarely get to experience in a regular zoo. More to see than in the Pittsburgh Zoo.