Where is Milwaukee County Zoo?
With over 2,000 animals from 350 species, the Milwaukee County Zoo is one of the most species-rich zoos in Wisconsin.
The more than 800,000 square meters contain numerous themed worlds, which have been consistently expanded since the opening in 1892 as a small zoo, especially after the relocation of the site in 1958. The Milwaukee County Zoo can boast of being the first Zoo in the world to successfully breed polar bears in captivity.
Address: 10001 W Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53226
Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM
No. of animals: 3,300 (March 2017)
Phone: (414) 771-3040
Notable animals: Eva, Jack, Liberty
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