During my trip to Pittsburgh, we had the chance to explore four attractions with a short stay it’s hard to cram in everything so let me shorten the list for you. Here are four attraction you have to explore while visiting Pittsburgh.
We arrived right when the gates opened with 22,000 square feet to cover we had to get an early start. The beautiful cascading waterfalls, ponds, and the unique sounds of endangered animals was the perfect atmosphere to enjoy step by step. First, stop the Elephant Training Baths before we ran off to feed the penguins.
Next up the Jungle Odyssey which featured the fossa, giant anteaters, and hippos just to name a few. Then a quick stop by the clouded leopards then a short break at the to relax in the oversized Adirondack chairs. After lunch, we caught the Sea Lion Program before exploring the remainder of the Zoo before the gates closed at 4 pm.
AAA Members can pre-order discounted tickets valid for one year from date of purchase. Tickets are only available for Southwestern PA or Eastern Ohio residents, and can only be ordered using an IP address within these areas.
Giant Eagle -Beginning around Memorial Day, save $2 on admission tickets for adults and children by purchasing them from the customer service counters at participating Giant Eagle stores (while supplies last). These tickets are not valid during ZooBoo and expire at the end of the year.
Military-All active duty, reservists, and veterans of the United States military receive free general admission with proper identification (i.e. military ID, DD-214). This discount does not apply to family members or dependents of military personnel/veterans. Thank you to GEICO for sponsoring this Military Admission program!
Visit http://www.pittsburghzoo.org/ for more details.