In the heart of historic Brandywine Park, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited Brandywine Zoo fosters connections in support of wildlife conservation through up-close, interactive visitor experiences with exotic and endangered animals. Don’t miss these essential experiences at Brandywine Zoo.
Watch the Red Pandas
Catch our red pandas chowing down on their favorite snack-bamboo-or snoozing on a branch. Red pandas are an Endangered Species and are part of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums(AZA) Species Survival Plan Program, a cooperative conservation-breeding program across accredited AZA zoos.
See Andean Condors
Visit the Andean Condors and measure your wingspan against the world’s largest bird of prey and the second-largest flying bird on the planet. Be sure to notice the bird-strike protection on the viewing window and learn how to make your home safer for birds.
Visit the Barn Yard
Bring your camera for a unique chance to interact with a variety of domestic goat and chicken breeds. The whole family will have fun meeting, and maybe even brushing, the friendly, furry animals.
Explore the Nature Playground
Complete your outdoor experience by getting in touch with nature. Crawl through our giant log, explore small natural items in our loose parts bins, and practice your balance on our stepping block logs. Observe birds and bugs at our bird blind and insect hotels. Leave, read, or borrow a book at our Little Free Library.