Established in 1894, is the 12th oldest zoo in the United States and features over 240 species, most notably Asian elephants, red pandas, sloths, cougars, black bears, eagles, seals, otters, & more!
33 William Street
preserved to tell the history of whaling, including stories on the Underground Railroad, immigration, textiles, and commerce. Housed in an 1853 former bank building, the Visitor Center features free activities including an introductory movie, the Corson MakerSpace, and seasonal daily walking tours. Photo: Peter Pereira