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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

188 locals recommend ·
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A leader in conservation, captive breeding and animal care, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo connects people with wildlife and wild places through experiences that inspire action.
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November 25, 2020
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is the "Highest zoo in America" & " top five best zoos in the U.S". This is an enjoyable experience for kids & adults. The zoo is open 365 days a year & features many after hour events. There is so much to see & do from feeding the largest giraffe heard of any zoo, to marveling…
Wes And Christine
Wes And Christine
September 29, 2020
Named The 4th Best Zoo In The Nation. Explore Newly Renovated And Award-Winning Exhibits. Hand-Feed Our Huge Giraffe Herd And Walk Among Our Free-Roaming Wallabies and Penguins.
September 16, 2020
A must for all ages!
November 15, 2020
Did you know you can hand-feed giraffes at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo? Well worth the trip.
Sharon & Bailey
Sharon & Bailey
November 4, 2020
This zoo is amazing! Boardwalks and beautiful spaces for the animals. Family favorite!

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4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Rd
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Phone+1 719-633-9925