The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park

60 Morgan Road
Binghamton
13903

The Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park

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Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park sits tucked into the northern face of Binghamton's South Mountain. The zoo officially opened in 1875, and it is the fifth oldest zoological institution in the country behind such communities as Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, and Buffalo.

Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park and the Southern Tier Zoological Society Inc. are dedicated to providing a quality zoological facility for the purpose of conservation, education, and recreation.

It is the philosophy of most modern zoos, to educate, as well as entertain the public. An informed public is more likely to protect animals and their habitats by endorsing protective legislation and preventing the loss of additional wildlife habitats.

(607) 724-5454

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