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Visit the Queens Zoo to see playful pumas, Andean bears and the world’s smallest deer. You won’t want to miss the sea lion feedings (at 11:15am, 2pm and 4pm every day). Kids will especially love the domestic animals in the farm exhibit, where they’ll meet lots of friendly farm animals up close—including giant 26-pound bunnies!


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53-51 111th St.
Queens, NY 11368
  (718) 271-1500

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Wheelchair Accessible
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Outside Catering Permitted
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The Bronx

Sometimes, the City feels like a concrete jungle, but the real wilds of New York are cultivated and maintained by the Wildlife Conservation Society, keepers of the Bronx Zoo, the New York Aquarium, the Central Park Zoo, the Queens Zoo and the Prospect Park Zoo, which collectively receive more than four million visitors each year.

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