Six chimpanzees are making their public debut at the Houston Zoo.
This is your all-inclusive guide to a successful and enjoyable day at the Houston Zoo.
Houston’s zoo and aquariums are more than meets the eye. You can experience much more than watching the animals at these places by checking out some of the great events they host.
The Houston Zoo will celebrate International Tiger Day and you’re invited as well!
The Houston Zoo, in association with Theatre Under The Stars, is offering their friends a one-of-a-kind experience combining fun and festive zoo adventures at the same time this summer.
Elephants are some of the smartest, most gentle and intriguing animals known to man and the Houston Zoo is giving you an opportunity to come to know more about them.
The richness and vibrancy of the animal kingdom comes alive at the Houston Zoo and the “African Forest Safari” will be no exception.
The Houston Zoo’s Masai giraffe calf “Yao” died Friday after a lengthy battle against a bone infection.
There’s nothing like a visit to the Houston Zoo, during Spring Break with mild temperatures and sunshine in the backdrop. According to zoo officials, there are plenty of activities for the young as well as the young at heart to take part in during Spring Break.
If you still have qualms about sending your little ones running through the neighborhood after dark in search of treats, there are some alternatives around town for you.