Best Places To See in Fresno, CA

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894 W. Belmont Ave, Fresno, CA 93728

Since 1929

Zoo, Keeper Chats and Bird Show, Behind-the-Scenes Encounters, Dining, Enrichment, Private Events, Teacher Resources, Zoo Camp, Tot Time Zoo Academy, Onsite & Offsite Programs

Children 1 and under free admissions - Offers group rates for educational groups & private party groups - Covering 39 acres and housing over 190 species

Price: $10.00 adults, $5.50 children (ages 2-11) & seniors

Mon - Fri : 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

One of the best zoos I've ever been to. Affordable and very easy access off the freeway. The parking was $5.00 which is still very cheap and it wasn't too far from the entrance. We rented a wagon for my two toddler and it was $7.50 but definitely worth it because the park is huge. My kids enjoyed the petting area a lot. The employee working inside was very polite and was explaining how to brush the animals to my kids which I liked. One thing I really liked was that you can feed the giraffes. It'
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5021 W Shaw Ave, Fresno, CA 93722

Since 1906

Garden, Historical Landmark, Art Museum, Exhibitions, Permanent Collections, Shop, Guided Tour, School groups, Club and Work Outings, Bus Charter Groups & Family Reunions

Children 4 and under are Free Admissions - Group reservations include a group discount, as well as free admission for the organizer/escort as well as any bus driver

Price: Adults $17, Children $8 (Ages 5 Through 17)

Wed - Fri : 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

We visited Fresno from the Bay Area to see Forestiere Underground Gardens. When we got there, it was unexpectedly closed. However, while feeling sorry for ourselves at the front gate, a lady came out and explained it was a last minute closure for necessary grounds maintenance. Since we were so disappointed, she said she'd be happy to show us around while the workers were at lunch. It turned out that she was Lyn Forestiere Kosewski, a 3rd generation family member, and she spent over an hour givin
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2233 North First Street, Fresno, CA 93703

Since 1949

Museum, Exhibitions, Permanent Collections, Group Tour, School Visits, Shop, Education Goals, Facility Rentals, Films, Concerts, Lectures, Docent Tours & Special Events Holidays

Children 5 and under: Free Admission - The size of the building grew from its original 10,000 square feet to over 27,000

Price: Adults (ages 18 and up) $10, Youth (6-17) $5

Thu - Sun : 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Wed : Closed

I really enjoyed my visit. What they had on exhibit was perfect. Only wish the museum was bigger. I know that comes with funding though. I will say it was a lot bigger than I thought it would be.. The lady by the door was pleasant and knowledgeable. Entrance charge was more than reasonable and my babies were free. One other thing that I find important is that the bathrooms were clean. As a father of 2 it is very much appreciate that. Thank you for a great visit.
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