The zoo at the Houston Zoo, a sprawling facility that houses the most exotic animals, is one of the city’s most expensive, according to a recent report from the Houston Chronicle.
The zoo is one, of course, that is, that has never been visited by the public.
The Chronicle’s study, which looked at the cost of zoo admissions and activities, found that the zoo is on the hook for $14.9 million.
The average cost of admission is $22, including meals and parking.
The study did not take into account other costs associated with zoo visits.
Here are some of the zoo’s more expensive highlights: Zoo admission cost: $18,000 A zoo ticket costs $18 at the Zoo Houston in Westheimer.
The cost is based on the number of people who will visit the zoo, which is only one of two Houston zoos.
Zoo visitors must buy a $10 membership to reserve their spot, which gives them free entry.
If they do not show up, the zoo will hold a lottery and decide whether they want to pay a fee.
Zoo parking: $2,700 A parking pass costs $2.50 at the Westheimer Zoo, but the average price is $6.40 per day.
There are a few exceptions to the $2 parking pass.
One is for the zoo admission and parking tickets.
Another is for “special events” like weddings and graduations, but those costs will be covered by park admission.
The city is also footing the bill for other costs.
It has $10 million to pay for maintenance of the facility, including a new fence.
And $8 million for the upkeep of the public restrooms.
The Houston Zoo was established in 1883 by two prominent Texans, Robert L. Wilson and Joseph P. Wertheim.
The pair named the zoo after the Texas state motto, “One Zoo, One People.”
The zoo has more than 7,000 animals, most of them exotic.
Its newest addition is the “Willy Wonka-like” Golden Retriever.
The animals are among the city s most famous.
The Zoo’s history includes a trip by explorer Lewis and Clark, who discovered the area in 1849.
The area is famous for the famous “Lion’s Head” cave.
Other attractions include the Texas A&M University Zoo, the Zoo in the Sky, the Texas Department of Transportation, the Houston Police Department and the Houston Museum of Art.
The Zoological Gardens, the largest open-air zoo in the world, was built in 1918.
The facilities include the largest collection of plants in the United States, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum and the Art Institute of Houston.
Zoo admission prices for admission to the Zoo, which opened in 1983, vary based on whether you’re in the city or in the state of Texas.
In the city of Houston, admission costs range from $8.75 to $25.
There is no annual pass, which allows you to buy one-time passes to see a variety of zoo exhibits.
There also are no admission fees for visitors visiting the zoo on a bus.
The park also charges $2 for an entry pass and $1 for a bus ticket.
You can find more details on the zoo here.
Zoo staff are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You’ll need to bring your own photo ID, as well as your own ticket.
If you have an older child, the age limit is 15.
The best time to visit the Houston zoo is during the zoos busiest hours.
Admission to the zoo opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Admission is also free for children aged 3 to 12 and free for seniors 65 and older.
For more information, call 817-847-5533 or visit zoo.houston.gov.