The old zoo in Griffith Park is one of the strangest ruins in Los Angeles (putting it in the running for strangest ruins worldwide). When the Los Angeles Zoo opened at its current location in the the former zoo, a few miles away was not torn down o
The Old Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. The Zoo was opened in 1912 with 15 animals. It was abandoned in 1966 when the New Los Angeles Zoo opened. You can still access its many enclosure areas through holes in the fence.
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Los Angeles, California: The Griffith Park Zoo in Los Angeles is neither the oldest nor the newest of L.’s massive animal habitats. Though this location was abandoned decades ago it is unusually available to visitors even today.