The Cincinnati Zoo and its Botanical Gardens were opened to the public in 1875, making it the second oldest of all of the zoos currently in operation across the United States. The oldest building on the site is the reptile house as it dates from 1875.
The zoo was the first in the country to have a successful breeding program for California Sea Lions, and has also had success in breeding endangered species such as Malayan Tigers, Indochinese Tigers and Sumatran Rhinos. The zoo participates in a number of conservation and preservation programs both at home and internationally.
Check out their Discounts & Savings on their website.
They have plenty of discounts: at Kroger ($2 OFF per adult & $1 OFF per child). They also have military discounts ($3 OFF per adult & $2 OFF per child). They also have their AAA discounts. Until March 2017.
Check out their Ticket prices & discounts.
They have special discounts for groups (15 or more people). They also have military discounts.
Sign up to their membership in order to Save.
You have lots of benefits, such as: free discounts for other 100 zoos + discounts on food retails + a lot more.
Check out their Official Facebook account for even more.
One other way to stay in touch with their info. You can also sign up with them via email (via their Official Facebook).
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