Zoos in Washington
Northwest Trek in Eatonville, Washington.
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a treasure for wildlife enthusiasts. The signature tram tour through the 435-acre free-roaming area offers the opportunity to spot different species of animals as they wander through forests, wetlands and meadows.
The Whale Museum: Friday Harbor, WA
Cougar Mountain Zoological Park: 19525 SE 54th, Issaquah, Washington 98027
Our Zoo is nestled on the north facing slope of Cougar Mountain with a breathtaking view of the Cascade Mountain range and Lake Sammamish. We are dedicated to promoting the cause of the Earth's vanishing wildlife through the universal power of education.
Cat Tales Zoological Park: Mead, WA USA 99021
Cat Tales Zoological Park may not be the biggest zoo, but we are the cleanest zoo in the world. ( We have to be the best at something and cleanliness can't be a bad thing.)
Poulsbo Marine Science Center: 18743 Front St. NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370
The new Center is supported by the newly formed Marine Science Center Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Bill Austin and a dedicated team of new supporters, almost all volunteers, created today’s Center. Our main focus will be on educating children through various programs, and reaching into our regional schools.
Seattle Bug Safari: 1501 Western Ave, Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Bug Safari is a live bug zoo and gift shop where Seattle tourists and kids of all ages can experience the exotic, behind-the-scenes world of insects. Whether at our facility or through a traveling tour, our Safari Guides lead a fun, educational journey through the natural habitat of bugs from all over the world!
The Seattle Aquarium: 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101
The heartbeat of hands-on marine experience and preservation education in the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Aquarium offers fun, exciting ways to discover more about the amazing Puget Sound that surrounds you!
Woodland Park Zoo: 5500 Phinney Ave. No. (West Entrance); 750 N. 50th Street (South Entrance); N. 59th and Evanston Ave. (North Entrance)
Woodland Park Zoo encompasses 92 acres and features more than 1,090 individual animals representing nearly 300 species. The grounds are divided into what are known as bioclimatic zones, the unique habitats around the world, from tropical rain forests to the frigid climes of the Far North.
Pacific Science Center: Seattle
Olympic Game Farm: 1423 Ward Road, Sequim, Washington 98382
Clouded Leopard Research and Conservation Project: 5400 North Pearl Street, Tacoma, WA 98407
The Clouded Leopard Project is dedicated to the conservation of clouded leopards and the habitat upon which they depend by supporting field research, implementing education initiatives in range countries, and bringing global awareness to clouded leopard conservation issues.
Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium: 5400 N. Pearl St., Tacoma WA 98407
This Zoo is large enough to offer an awesome array of animals yet small enough to let you get really close to them. It's fun, affordable and offers breathtaking views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountains. Come explore the only combined zoo and aquarium in the Northwest. You'll see seahorses and sharks, peacocks and penguins, wolves and walrus, all in one place.
Wolf Haven International: 3111 Offut Lake Rd. SE Tenino, Washington 98589
At Wolf Haven, these wolves (and a handful of wolf-dogs, coyotes and foxes) receive a lifetime of compassionate care and are treated with dignity and respect for their wild nature.