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  1. 5.0

    Really not impressed with this zoo. There was barely any animals to see and they were mostly sleeping. Nice to have a picnic there though.

  2. 5.0

    We went to the Jerusalem Zoo . It was crowded but it’s large enough that you can still find some (relatively) uncrowded exhibits. We discovered their auxiliary parking lot, right across from Ein Yael. The kids were very hot, so we went to Shvil Hamayanot, near Even Sapir, by Hadassah Ein Karem. We saw that some families drove their car practically up to the first maayan, which was small and very cold. 

  3. 5.0

    The train costs two shekels for non-members and is a great option on a hot day…you can either do the whole loop, or just take it to the top and walk down hill.

  4. 5.0

    We went during a heatwave. The train is a great solution, they have shaded areas and also a few air conditioned areas. We took half frozen water bottles and while it was hot, it was definitely bearable and we had a great time. Recommend getting there early. Also they have scheduled times where they check the elephants and explain what they check and why which was interesting and enjoyable to watch.

  5. 5.0

     It is a beautiful zoo but consider the heat since you have to walk up hill (pushing a stroller/carrying kids). The train is a good safe bet if it’s around!

  6. 5.0

    If you have little kids you will want a stroller-it gets very tiring and might consider using the train in the zoo to get to the end and then see animals as you make your way back. The zoo is great! probably very crowded, but you don’t usually feel it…just might need to park in the bottom parking lot (the top one right by the zoo entrance is usually packed).

  7. 4.0

    Great day out, but a bit hot, lots of walking so need buggy for little ones

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