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Posted by Dave on November 22, 2009

Below is a list of sites that are Carnival, Fair, Circus, Zoo and Amusement Park related.

Carnival and Amusment Park modeler websites
This in the website of a fellow Ho scale Amusement park modeler’s site which contains; HO Scale Amusement Park model construction, Logs & Videos.
John A. Hunt
3202 Townehouse Drive
Coram, NY 11727 USA
John A. Hunt custom builds roller coasters.
Miniature World
649 Humboldt St.
Victoria B.C. V8W 1A7
Tel: (250) 385-9731 Fax: (250) 385-2835
This is the home of Miniature World in Victoria BC. Miniature World is a very large collation of great diorama displays of everything from futuristic space scenes to fanciful fairytales. With dioramas of grand adventures and impressive battles and one of the largest and well detailed circus displays.
TJ’s Carnival of Lights
Tim & Jill, Owners
Tel: 610-990-5475
Lighting For carnival Models.
PO Box 6682
Elgin, IL 60121-6682
The internet warehouse for fairs, carnivals and events.
American Coaster Enthusiasts
1100-H Brandywine Blvd
Zanesville, OH 43701-7303
Tel: 740.450.1560 Fax: 740.452.2552
American Coaster Enthusiasts (ACE) is a non-profit organization of nearly 7,000 members from all 50 US states and more than a dozen other countries.

Circus modeler websites
The Circus World LLC
2707 Zoar Road
Cheraw, S.C. 29520
The Circus World LLC is dedicated to preserving the Circus for all to enjoy. They will carry a large array of Circus Posters both original and reproductions, Circus Movies, Circus books filled with photos, images, and Circus History. Models and trains for everyone, A large selection of original Photos will be available for your enjoyment, actual Circus memorabilia, Tickets, and Travel packages.
Gem City Amusements
ED10687 Hatchery Road
Baraboo, WI 53913
Tel: 608-356-9160 Fax: 608-356-4925
Dedicated to the history of the American Circus, items made available are offered to you for your appreciation, collecting, and remembrance of the glory of the Circus. Their long association with materials from the Circus and Amusement industry gives us the knowledge, history, and passion necessary to serve your needs. Whether it is lithographs, photographs, programs, ephemera, scale models, miniature tents, or the hundreds of other items.
Jack & Dorris Stoddard, Secretaries
Circus Model Builders, Inc.
6701 Manlius Center Road
Suite 111-128
East Syracuse, NY 13057
CIRCUS MODEL BUILDERS, INC. (CMB), was chartered and incorporated as a Non-Profit Corporation in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States of America on March 1, 1965. The Organization was formed to assemble persons whose common hobbies are building or owning miniature models of circus equipment for the diffusion and exchange of ideas, plans and specifications, and to perpetuate the circus as an amusement and educational institution.

Zoo modeler websites
The Elsie City Zoo is a small model zoo 2 foot wide and 4 foot long.

Below is a list of websites for Amusement Parks, Carnivals, Circus’, Fairs and Zoos.

Amusment Parks This link will take you to the Disney Parks main page. Universal Studios parks main site. Sixflags parks main site. Knotts Berry Farm’s main site. Hershey park Cedar Point park

Carnivals Carnival Midways is a Directory of Traveling Carnivals with Websites.

Pacfic NW Carnivals
Davis Amusement Cascadia
In 1947, Mannie and Melba Davis, along with Mannie’s parents, Joe and Martha Davis, leased five rides from Eyerly ride manufacturer out of Salem, OR. In the early years, the four Davis’s booked the equipment with other carnival operators at locations from California to Texas. They operated as far south as the Mexican boarder. After a few years of long seasons, the plan changed. By 1950, they were purchasing the five rides they had previously leased and they incorporated in their home state of Oregon.The carnival now plays over 60 dates, including events in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Davis Shows Northwest
P.O. Box 1670
Clackamas, Oregon 97015
office: 503-539-4526 mobile: 503-310-1403
fax: 503-631-7853
Davis Amusement Company was started in 1950 by Mannie & Melba Davis and has been passed on in the family. William Patrick Davis (Pat) and their son were raised in the business. Pat and his wife, Geraldine now own and operate Davis Shows NW, Inc., a family oriented Carnival. They maintain an office on location during operating hours and are usually on site all the time. They can offer a varying amount of rides, games and food concessions, according to the size of event and what space would allow 40 Amusement Rides to choose from.
3407 SE 108th Ave.
Portland, OR 97266
Tel: 503-761-0989 Fax: 503-761-6648
Ron Burback, founder and owner of Funtastic Traveling Shows, has created one of the safest, most widely respected and fastest growing carnivals in the west with his five point formula of Professionalism, Efficiency, Fairness, Service and Entertainment. By “taking the cleanliness and stability of the amusement park and putting it on the road,” Funtastic is “Just possibly… the world’s finest carnival.”

California Carnivals
Butler Amusements
P.O. Box 2210
Fairfield, CA 94533-022
Phone: (707) 429-4788
Fax: (707) 429-4787
For fourty years Butler Amusements Inc. has served more fairs, celebrations, festivals and fundraising events than any other carnival in the West. With the greatest array of rides, attractions, games and food concessions in the industry today, Butler Amusements can provide a complete carnival for any event of any size.
California Carnival Co.
Phone: (916) 381-4612
The biggest difference between California Carnival Co. and our competitors is attention to detail. Since inception in 1981 it has been our goal to provide local communities with not just the excitement that naturally comes when the carnival arrives in town, but to provide a total entertainment venue focused on family and community.
Candyland Amusements
18653 Ventura Blvd # 235
Tarzana, Ca 91356
Phone: 818.266.4056
Fax: 818.345.7988
Candy Land Amusements is a leader in providing rides, games, and food for small to medium size events in Southern California. We also specialize in renting equipment for movie productions. Please browse our web site and if you have any questions feel free to email or call us. We look forward to hearing from you!
Christiansen Amusements
P.O. Box 997
Escondido, CA 92033-0997
Phone: (800) 300-6114
Fax: (760) 735-8543
Christiansen Amusements is committed to providing quality entertainment where companies, communities and families can enjoy the excitement and magic of carnival rides and carnival games. Whether you need to rent carnival rides for a corporate party, special events, need professional carnival games management or even carnival rides for a film, we provide a place where you can relive the fun you had as a kid and share the excitement with family and friends.
Davis Rides & Entertainment
Helm and Sons Amusements
480 Agua Mansa
Colton, CA 92324
Phone: 909.422.0776
Fax: 909.423.0850
Helm and Sons Amusements was formed by Dave and Debby Helm in 1978 while they both worked for the now retired Carnival Time Shows, Inc. (CTS). For all of their adult lives they have been actively involved in Outdoor Show business. Debby was born into the business and Dave has been involved all of his adult life. Their love for the excitement, fun, challenge and sheer adrenaline of the Show is unmatched.
Kastl Amusements
23905 Clinton Keith #114-520
Wildomar, California 92595
Phone: 951-757-6607
Kastl Amusements provides amusement rides and carnival games to fairs, festivals, events, rentals, and corporate productions. We currently own a variety of kiddy and family rides
Paul Maurer Shows
302 Washington St., #1219
San Diego, CA 92103
Tel: 619.823.5204 / 619.823.4941
Fax: 619.255.6079
Paul Maurer Shows currently produces more than 80-100 events throughout the western United States. Our 2009 fair schedule will consist of:
Shamrock Shows
11101 Calabash Ave.
Fontana, CA 92337
Phone: (909) 357-7130
Fax: (909) 357-7136
We make fun happen.
Swartwood Amusement Co.
Bob Swartwood 909-868-8188
In the mid 1960′s Robert Swartwood chose to start a career in the Amusement Ride business as a owner. Mr Swartwood purchased half of the ride company known as J.A Blash Shows, whom was owned by his uncle and aunt, Joe and Alice Blash. As a partner and manager of the company, Mr Swartwood introduced the carnival ride business to his wife Cindy.

This is the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s web site
Circus World Museum
550 Water St
Baraboo, WI 53913
Tel: 608-356-8341 Fax: 608-356-1800
Toll-free: 866-693-1500
24-hour info: 608-356-0800
In 1954, John M. Kelley incorporated the Circus World Museum as a historical and educational facility. Following state-wide fundraising efforts, the museum was deeded debt-free to the state and opened to the public July 1, 1959. The museum’s collection of circus artifacts is perhaps the largest in the world.

Association of Zoos and Aquariums
8403 Colesville Rd., Suite 710
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3314
Tel: 301-562-0777 Fax: 301-562-0888
In the last 10 years, AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums formally trained more that 400,000 teachers, supporting science curricula with effective teaching materials and hands-on opportunities. School field trips connected more than 12,000,000 students with the natural world.

The National Zoo in Washington DC
Smithsonian National Zoological Park
3001 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008-2537
Tel: (202) 673-4721 Fax: (202) 673-4607
The Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park, located in Washington, D.C., was founded in 1889. One of the world’s best zoos, its mission is to provide leadership in animal care, science, education, and sustainability. Each year, more than two million people visit the Zoo’s 163-acre park to learn about the approximately 2,000 animals representing nearly 400 species.

Oregon Zoos and Aquariums
Oregon Coast Aquarium
2820 SE Ferry Slip Road
Newport, OR 97365-5269
Tel: (541) 867-3474 Fax: (541) 867-6846
Trek along the rocky shores of the Oregon Coast Aquarium as sea otters, harbor seals, and sea lions romp among the rocks and in the water below. Enjoy the sights and sounds of tufted puffins, rhinoceros auklets, pigeon guillemots, and common murres as they frolic in the rocky pools and cliffs of the Aquarium’s outdoor seabird aviary. Encounter sharks, rays, and other denizens of the deep as you immerse yourself in Passages of the Deep, the Aquarium’s 200-foot clear underwater tunnel that snakes through three ocean habitats. With large viewing windows built into the floor, you’ll enjoy nearly 360-degree views of wolf eels, rockfishes, giant octopuses, bat rays and a variety of sharks.
Oregon Wildlife Foundation
8375 Steel Bridge Road
Sheridan, OR 97378-9653
Tel: (503) 876-2988 Fax: (503) 876-3038
Captive breeding of Antelope
The Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation was created in 1981 by a group of dedicated business leaders and the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission (now called the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife) to fund fish and wildlife projects in Oregon.
Through grant making, project sponsorship, and education, our Foundation directly supports the efforts of private and public agencies to restore habitat and reverse declines in key fish and wildlife resources.
Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Road
Portland, OR 97221-2799
Tel: (503) 226-1561 Fax: (503) 226-6836
Animals from around the world are at home in this award-winning zoo, from the black rhinos of the Africa Savanna to the toucans of Amazon Flooded Forest. The zoo’s most famous resident is Packy, the largest Asian elephant in the U.S.
But the zoo also highlights the wonders of species found closer to home. The Great Northwest, the zoo’s most ambitious exhibit, takes visitors from the heights of Cascade Crest, where mountain goats amble over rocks, through Eagle Canyon, where bald eagles and salmon co-exist, and on to Trillium Creek Family Farm, where visitors can pet heritage goats and sheep. The northwest journey ends at the Pacific shores of Steller Cove, home to sea lions, elephant seals, and sea otters.
Wildlife Safari
PO Box 1600
Winston, OR 97496-1600
Tel: (541) 679-6761 Fax: (541) 679-9210
Experience Oregon’s only drive-thru park where hundreds of exotic animals from around the world roam free. Discover a photographer’s paradise on our 600-acre reserve. Uncaged animals, living much as they would in their natural habitat, are likely to be found anywhere.

Washington state Zoos and Aquariums
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
11610 Trek Drive E
Eatonville, WA 98328-9502
Tel: (360) 832-6117 Fax: (360) 832-6118
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park offers a chance to encounter native North American wildlife in a naturalized setting. The signature tram tour through the 435-acre free-roaming area offers the opportunity to spot different species of animals as they mix and wander through forests, wetlands and meadows.
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
5400 N Pearl St
Tacoma, WA 98407
Tel: (253) 591-5337 Fax: (253) 591-5448
With the broad blue expanse of Puget Sound as a backdrop, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is not only one of the top zoos in the country, it is amongst the most beautiful. Nestled on 29 acres inside the 700-acre Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, Wash., this zoo & aquarium brings you eye to eye with beluga whales, playful pachyderms, curious polar bears, intriguing sharks, and brilliant reptiles.
Seattle Aquarium
1483 Alaskan Way Pier 59
Seattle, WA 98101-2015
Tel: (206) 386-4300 Fax: (206) 386-4328
The Seattle Aquarium seeks to reach the broadest possible audience through exhibits and programs that excite, involve and inform the public. Annually, The Aquarium serves over 40,000 school children with preschool through high school on-site classes and outreach programs, making The Aquarium the largest provider of marine education in the region.
Woodland Park Zoo
601 N 59th St
Seattle, WA 98103-5897
Tel: (206) 548-2500 Fax: (206) 548-1536
More than 300 animal species from around the world and a thousand plant species are displayed in the 92-acre botanical garden. Go nose-to-nose with a jaguar in a tropical rain forest. Observe a group of gorillas foraging for food. Come eye-to-eye with orangutans living atop trees in an open forest canopy. Enjoy a herd of elephants meandering rolling terrain in a Thai village. Safari to Africa for sweeping views of giraffes, zebras, hippos and monkeys. Trek to the north for underwater views of grizzly bears and otters. Let Willawong Station take you Down Under for a fun bird feeding experience.

California Zoos and Aquariums
Aquarium of The Bay
The Embarcadero at Beach Street, Pier 39
San Francisco, CA 94133
Tel: (415) 623-5300 Fax: (415) 623-5324
Aquarium of the Bay is a unique nature center dedicated to creating experiences that inspire conservation of the San Francisco Bay and all marine environments.
Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way
Long Beach, CA 90802-8126
Tel: (562) 590-3100 Fax: (562) 951-3111
Experience the world’s largest and most diverse body of water at the Aquarium of the Pacific, the fifth largest U.S. aquarium and home to over 12,000 ocean animals representing over 550 species.
Birch Aquarium
2300 Expedition Way
La Jolla, CA 92037
Tel: (858) 534-FISH (3474)
Fax: (858) 534-7114
Birch Aquarium at Scripps, Explore where the wonders of the ocean come alive! The mission of Birch Aquarium is to provide ocean science education, to interpret Scripps Institution of Oceanography research, and to promote ocean conservation.
B. Bryan Preserve
130 Riverside Dr.
Point Arena, CA 95468
Tel: (707) 882-2297 Fax: (707) 882-2235
B. Bryan Preserve is a private facility committed to the breeding and conservation of endangered Zebra species and African Antelope. In addition, we strive to teach the young community about the plight of these animals thru education programs with schools.
Behler Chelonian Center
PO Box 1289
Ojai, CA 93023
Tel: (805) 640-9474 Fax: (805) 640-9747.
The Behler Chelonian Center (BCC), established in 2005, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and research of freshwater turtles and tortoises whose wild populations are under pressure. Our work includes conservation projects where turtles are threatened in the wild, protection of habitat, conservation education, and field based research of endangered turtle biology. BCC also is campaigning for conservation legislation, re-evaluation of species’ status in the wild, and lobbying for the most comprehensive protection of turtles and tortoises where threatened.
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
3720 Stephen M. White Drive
San Pedro, CA 90731-7012
Tel: (310) 548-7562 Fax: (310) 548-2649
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium As a leader in environmental education, aquaculture research and community outreach, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro is part of the City of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department and has offered hands-on marine learning experiences for children and adults since it was founded in 1935.
Charles Paddock Zoo
9305 Pismo Avenue
Atascadero, CA 93422-4939
Tel: (805) 461-5080 Fax: (805) 461-7625
The mission of the Charles Paddock Zoo is to provide an educational resource for wildlife awareness and conservation, and an enriched recreational experience for the residents and visitors of the California Central Coast. The purpose of the Charles Paddock Zoo is to serve as a high quality community facility dedicated to the care of a variety of animals; and that this be accomplished in a publicly accessible and informative manner to promote a general appreciation of the special diversity of our planet’s life forms. The Zoo’s goals include conservation, recreation, and scientific studies.
Coyote Point Museum
1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401-1097
Tel: (650)342-7755 Fax: (650) 342-7853
Coyote Point Museum for Environmental Education educates and inspires people to take care of our earth wisely. Founded in 1954 by the Junior League of San Francisco as the San Mateo County Junior Museum, Coyote Point Museum provides engaging, environmental science experiences for over 75,000 visitors each year through our exhibits, programs, wildlife, and gardens.
Feline Conservation Center
3718 60th Street West
Rosamond, Califorina 93560
Tel: (661) 256-3793
EFBC’s Feline Conservation Center, also known as the Cat House, is located in Rosamond, California. Cat lovers of all ages who discover this desert zoo/wildlife museum north of Los Angeles are surprised and amazed at the variety of wild cat species found here. We are dedicated to the protection and preservation of the world’s endangered felines.
Folsom City Zoo
403, Stafford Street
Folsom, CA 95630
Tel: (916) 351-3527
Since 1963, this small unique California zoo has been providing sanctuary to some very special animals. All are non-releasable. Many were raised, and rejected, as wild pets. Others were injured or orphaned in the wild. Most are native to North America.
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
894 W Belmont Avenue
Fresno, CA 93728-2891
Tel: (559) 498-5910 Fax: (559) 264-9226
Fresno Chaffee Zoo is your central California destination for outrageous adventure! Journey to the Sunda Forest, territory to our tigers, orangutans, and siamangs. Explore the wet wonders of our tropical Rain Forest. Feed a giraffe, howl with our red wolves and be amazed by our Asian elephants. It’s an experience of a lifetime, every day at Fresno Chaffee Zoo!
Happy Hollow Zoo
1300 Senter Road
San Jose, CA 95112-2520
Tel: (408) 277-3999 Fax: (408) 277-4470
Located in Kelley Park, Happy Hollow Park and Zoo has been providing affordable family entertainment, education and fun since 1961. The Park is a peaceful, creative and safe place for children of all ages, with the main focus on “little ones” between the ages of 2-10. There are creative play areas, children’s rides, hand puppet and marionette shows, special events, and birthday areas.
Living Desert
47900 Portola Avenue
Palm Desert, CA 92260-6156
Tel: (760) 346-5694 Fax: (760) 568-9685
The Living Desert is a zoo and botanical garden spread over 200 acres that specializes in the deserts of the world. Giraffes, mountain lions, wolves, and cheetahs are just a few of the incredible animals that take you from Africa to North America. The botanical gardens include geographic replicas of areas as diverse as Baja California’s Viscaino Desert and the exotic deserts of Madagascar.
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027-1498
Tel: (323) 644-4200 Fax: (323) 662-9786
The Los Angeles Zoo is located in the heart of the nation’s second-largest city. Each year 1.6 million visitors pass through the gates to view a collection of 1,100 animals from around the world. The Zoo is also an accredited botanical garden with lush vegetation and thousands of plants throughout the grounds.
Micke Grove Zoo
11793 N. Micke Grove Rd.
Lodi, CA 95240
(209) 953-8840 or 331-7270
Micke Grove Zoo is home to native animals and exotic species from all over the world, including several endangered species, such as the Chinese Alligator, the Snow Leopard and the Cotton Top Tamarin.
Exhibits include the Tropical Forest Canopy with Green Iguanas, Paseo Pantera – Path of the Mountain Lion and the Island Lost In Time featuring lemurs, parrots and radiated tortoises from Madagascar.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
886 Cannery Row
Monterey, CA 93940-1085
Tel: (831) 648-4800 Fax: (831) 648-4810
At the Monterey Bay Aquarium, our mission is to inspire conservation of the oceans. Since 1984, we’ve been doing so through award-winning exhibits, education programs, conservation research and far-reaching ocean advocacy initiatives.
Our living exhibits tells stories of marine life in Monterey Bay and the beyond in order to create the powerful emotional connections that are the basis for caring about the fate of marine creatures and their ocean homes.
Oakland Zoo
9777 Golf Links Road
Oakland, CA 94605
Tel: (510) 632-9525 Fax: (510) 635-5719
The Oakland Zoo is home to more than 600 native and exotic animals in large, naturalistic habitats situated in Knowland Park, a 525 acre park in the Oakland Hills. The Zoo has gained international acclaim and national awards for its natural habitats, animal care, management practices, and conservation programs.
Sacramento Zoo
3930 W Land Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95822-1123
Tel: (916) 808-5888 Fax: (916) 264-5887
Open since 1927, the Sacramento Zoo is home to over 140 native, rare and endangered species and is wholly managed by the non-profit Sacramento Zoological Society. This Sacramento treasure inspires conservation awareness through education and recreation.
Safari West
3115 Porter Creek Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404-9655
Tel: (707) 579-2551 Fax: (707) 579-8777
Safari West is dedicated to conservation through education, propagation and research.
San Diego Zoo
PO Box 120551
San Diego, CA 92112-0551
Tel: (619) 231-1515 Fax: (619) 231-0249
The San Diego Zoo is a conservation organization that is home to more than 4,000 rare and endangered animals representing approximately 800 species and subspecies. The Zoo has a diverse collection of animal and plant species and is well known for its lush naturalistic habitats and unique animal encounters.
San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park
15500 San Pasqual Valley Road
Escondido, CA 92027-7017
Tel: (760) 747-8702 Fax: (760) 746-7081
A visit to the San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park is like a safari where guests can see herds of African animals (rhino, giraffe, antelope and gazelle) roaming the hills of San Pasqual valley. Home to more than 3,500 animals representing 429 species, the Wild Animal Park is an animal adventure in Southern California.
San Francisco Zoological Gardens
1 Zoo Road
San Francisco, CA 94132-1098
Tel: (415) 753-7080 Fax: (415) 681-2039
The largest zoological park in Northern California and one of the Bay Area’s most popular cultural and recreational attractions, the San Francisco Zoo is home to more than 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates. Through our naturalistic exhibits, conservation projects, educational programs, and festive events, we connect people with animals, inspire caring for nature and advance conservation action.
Santa Ana Zoo
1801 E Chestnut Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92701-5001
Tel: (714) 836-4000 Fax: (714) 953-7401
Fifty Monkeys at all times… That was the unusual request made in 1952 by Joseph Prentice, the founder of the Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park. The Santa Ana Zoo now occupies 20 acres and hosts more than 270,000 people annually. Along with at least fifty monkeys, you will find a rain forest, endangered species, an aviary, an electrical train and children’s zoo right in the middle of the Orange County urban jungle.
Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens
500 Ninos Drive
Santa Barbara, CA 93103-3798
Tel: (805) 962-5339 Fax: (805) 962-1673
The beginning was modest with only a few animals – a llama, two sheep, a goat, a turkey and a pair of spider monkeys – but the potential was there in an incredibly beautiful location. The Zoo grew, always emphasizing quality rather than quantity, and soon became one of the most popular attractions in the City of Santa Barbara.
SeaWorld San Diego
500 SeaWorld Drive
San Diego, CA 92109-7904
Tel: (619) 222-6363 Fax: (619) 226-3996
With more than 130 million visitors since its opening on March 21, 1964, SeaWorld is San Diego’s leading tourist attraction and one of the most popular marine-life parks in the world. The founding principles of education, entertainment, research and conservation make SeaWorld an ideal place to learn about, enjoy and gain an appreciation for some of the ocean’s most fascinating animals.
Sequoia Park Zoo
531 K St
Eureka, CA 95501-1146
Tel: (707) 441-4263 Fax: (707) 441-4237
In operation since 1907, the Sequoia Park Zoo is an important cultural facility for the northwestern coastal region of Northern California, as the only zoo within several hundred miles. Sequoia Park Zoo is proud to be one of the smallest facilities accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Nestled against the magnificent backdrop of a redwood forest on just over 5 acres, visitors can enjoy an intimate zoo experience with over 100 animals of a variety of species.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
1001 Fairground Dr.
Vallejo, CA 94589-4006
Tel: (707) 644-4000 Fax: (707) 644-0241
Steinhart Aquarium
55 Music Concourse Drive
San Francisco, CA 94118
Tel: (415) 379-5451 Fax: (415) 379-5705
Steinhart Aquarium is home to 38,000 live animals from around the world, representing more than 900 separate species. Come nose-to-beak with an African penguin, watch sharks and stingrays cruise beneath your feet, check out the set of teeth on a piranha, and learn about the critical, life-sustaining role that water plays on Earth.

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