What's found at the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory?

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 at 1:52pm.

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The Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is a free admission place to come and have fun. Donations are appreciated at three dollars for adults and two dollars for children. The conservatory is open every day all year long with separate winter and summer hours.

You can take the Metro Transit straight to the Como and avoid having to find a place to park. There are so many great things to see and do at the Como. The Conservatory has figured out how to have everything fun and exciting for your family to do in one place.

The Main Attraction of the Conservatory

The main attraction of the Conservatory is the zoo with all sorts of creatures to learn from and admire. There are all types of animals from a cougar to a giraffe that everyone will enjoy seeing. There are lots of beautiful gardens to walk through and admire. You will find the carousel and mini golf are very popular with the younger children. There’s an amusement park with fun and games.

It doesn't end there because you can also enjoy the Lakeside Pavilion, regular golf, and swimming at the Como pool. You will feel safe when you visit because there is always a member of the park security staff available for you.

There are plenty of places you can grab a quick snack or souvenir to take home and remember your trip. The gift shops are always open with some great products. The Zobota Cafe and all the Food Carts are great places to have a meal and you never have to leave the Conservatory.

An Attraction For Everyone

The Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is an attraction that children and adults of all ages can really enjoy. Free admission just makes it that much easier to enjoy.

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