Santa Ana Zoo
The Santa Ana Zoo is a mid-sized Neotropic specialty Zoo in Santa Ana, California, with a large primate collection, and a lot more! (Also known as “Home of the 50 Monkeys”) Many rainforest animals, carousel and train ride, children's farm, and more.
Explore the amazing and exotic animals in the world in one central location!
Zoo attracts animal lovers of all ages with 350+ animals, a petting barnyard & a mini-train ride
“This is a fun place for kids to learn and explore about science, health, and environment!”
“If you like baseball, a night at the ballpark is a fun night, win or lose. ”
“Charles Bowers was a land developer who lived in Orange County and before he passed away he donated a plot of land to the city of Santa Ana. In 1931 after his wife had died, a building was constructed on the land and in 1936 the Charles W. Bowers Memorial Museum was opened for the first time. Over the decades the museum has had various refurbishments and the museum’s size has increased tenfold. The museum is a great place to take a look at the different cultures in the world and there are over 100,000 items to peruse.”
“Yelper -"Love this spot! It's like a smaller version of the Packing House district. I never knew it existed until I was looking spots up on yelp. You can get everything you are craving under one roof. P.S. AFNG is going to have a spot there, which I am really excited about!"”