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Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens
Next door to the world-class Los Angeles Zoo and botanical gardens is the Autry National Center, a museum devoted to western history. Between the zoo, the gardens and the museum there is a full day of activities....if you have the stamina.
You will find ample parking and dining options at the Los Angeles Zoo.
5333 Zoo Drive. Los Angeles, CA 90027. (323) 644-4200
The Autry Center is located across the street from the zoo and has parking and dining options.
4700 Western Heritage Way. Los Angeles, CA 90027. (323) 667-2000
DIRECTIONS TO THE START
TRANSIT: From downtown, take the 96 bus and exit at the L.A. Zoo stop.
CAR: Take the I-5 Freeway. Exit at 134 East and follow the signs for Zoo Drive.
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