There are some amazing places to be in Washington, DC, but few have been more magical than the famous Franklin Park Zoo.
From the most magnificent of its palatial grounds to its tranquil parklands, it’s the place where you can be a superhero.
But before you go, here’s a few things to consider before you make your way into the park.
The Franklin Park zoo is the oldest zoo in the United States.
It was founded in 1871 by a family of six, including its namesake, Franklin, who was born in Virginia and grew up in Maryland.
The park is located in the heart of the city, near the Lincoln Memorial.
There are plenty of things to do in the park, including zoos, nature walks, the zoo itself, a museum, and more.
The zoo’s main attraction is the Franklin Dinosaur Museum, which features fossils from more than 100 dinosaurs.
The museum’s entrance fee is $10, but you can also enjoy a guided tour and view exhibits from the front.
A walk down the park’s path will take you past an impressive, ornate, Victorian-style carriage house, a large museum and a statue of Thomas Edison.
The ride to the zoo is also one of the parks most popular attractions.
A $20 day pass allows you to visit the zoo during peak season, when the zoo hosts its annual parade, a free day at the zoo, and the Franklin Zoo Café, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner for visitors.
You can also try the Franklin Park Adventure Center, a park adventure game where you and up to five of your friends take turns playing mini games.
The Franklins favorite animal is a giraffe named Franklin.
This iconic animal is the mascot for the zoo and is often seen roaming the grounds, as well as at other local attractions.
The giraffe is also the mascot of the zoo’s popular Franklin Park Playground, which is one of Washington’s best-known playgrounds.
The play area offers activities for young children, such as playing in a sandbox, making your own giraffe, or exploring a cave or tree.
The playground is located right next to the Zoo Café.
It’s also a great place to explore the zoo as it opens to the public on Thanksgiving Day.
The Zoo’s two other mascots are a lemur and a chimpanzee.
These mascots can be found throughout the zoo.
The lemur is often found on the zoo grounds, and is affectionately known as “Franklin’s chimp,” because he’s known for his great size.
The chimp is also a popular visitor attraction, as he can be seen running around and jumping from tree to tree in the zoos garden.
In addition, the Franklin Street Garden, where visitors can get a glimpse of the animals from their home in the neighborhood, is one popular destination for tourists.
The garden is located on the east side of the Zoo, between the Lincoln Monument and the George Washington Memorial.
If you are going to be visiting the zoo in winter, you can visit the Franklin Museum of Natural History.
Located just west of the Franklin Square Park Zoo, the museum features exhibits that explore the history of the world’s animals.
In the fall, the exhibit schedule is based on the number of visitors who visit the museum.
There is a free admission, and all visitors are welcome to explore exhibits, participate in games and take photos of animals.
For more information about the Franklin National Park, go to http://www.washington.gov/history/history.htm 6.
The Museum of the Atlantic and Smithsonian Institution are two Smithsonian-affiliated museums in Washington.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, located at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., features exhibitions, exhibits and programs that provide an intimate look at African American history.
The National Museum’s African American exhibit features artifacts, costumes, and jewelry from African Americans throughout history.
The Washington Zoo has one of most iconic exhibits in the country, the largest collection of mammals in the U.S. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Zoo exhibits over 1,600 animals.
These are the most impressive and fascinating animals on Earth, including some of the most majestic.
The animals exhibit at the park include zebras, lynx, lions, leopards, tigers, elephants, hippopotamuses, rhinos, bears, and bears in the wild.
Some of the exhibits also feature some of DC’s most unique wildlife species, such a giraffes, wolves, lynxes, and even bears.
The largest exhibit is called “Big Blue.”
This exhibit features a huge wall of blue that measures over 500 feet high and weighs over 6,000 pounds.
It is the largest exhibit in the Smithsonian’s American Mammal Museum.
There’s a zoo tour called Zoo Tours at the DC Zoo. It