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What people are saying about Franklin Park Zoo
Easy to traverse the gardens surrounding the venues. Parking was near the entrance. Go early as not as crowded. Plenty of space to enjoy and view the animals. Granddaughter enjoyed the playground and gift shop after seeing all the sites. I thought the brightly colored theme Chinese animals, lanterns, fish, turtles, dragons were a wonderful addition as you walked along to the live animals areas. Food was decent when needing a break. All in all a shady lovely area to visit.
We bought the 2 day ticket for Boston. The hop on hop off trolley was worth it alone. But then we got to Revere house, USS Constitution, Aquarium, Harbor Cruise and we barely scratched the list of what is included. Just doing those few things it paid for itself in 1 day! All the sites we talked about the pass to knew what we were talking about. This is legit. 100% recommend
It was the perfect zoo for my one year old. I enjoyed that it was pretty low-traffic on a weekday mid-afternoon. The zoo light exhibits were really cool to see in the daytime and I wanted to go back see them at night but it didn’t work with our trip.
We spent three hours there! It was amazing. I cannot say enough for this experience. We loved the butterflies, feeding the birds, the games, the gift shops.
Lots to do at the Science Museum of Boston. A great place to go!