Gotham City Zoo is one of the oldest in the country,
first opening on its current site in 1939. In the 1980s, The Gotham Wildlife
Conservation Society assumed management of the park under a contract with
the City of Gotham and completed a dramatic five-year transformation. Since
reopening in 1988, our mission has been to engage future generations of
conservationists and create wildlife champions.
The zoo is open every day of the year and features three major biomes: the Tropic Zone, Temperate Territory, and our famous Polar Circle. From tropical birds, to snow leopards, grizzly bears, and one of the nation’s largest colonies of Antarctic penguins, there are animals to enjoy in every season. We also feature the Robin Children’s Zoo, a playful adventure for our youngest guests who’ll encounter goats, sheep, some of the world’s most unique ducks, and the only cow who calls Gotham home. Our goal is to inspire our visitors and connect them to the plight of animals in the wild and the conservation work we’re doing to protect them.
The museums and galleries in Gotham are some of the City’s most powerful draws. Destinations
like the Gotham Museum of Art put on spectacular exhibitions. Couple
these with the wide array of galleries around town, and a trip to the city becomes a visually
Gotham Museum of Art, an internationally renowned art museum once a vital cultural center, an educational institution, and the heart of an international network of museums. Visitors can experience special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily tours of the galleries led by museum educators.
Whether you a Tourist or a Student on a field trip you will visit Gotham's most iconic buildings
and memorials, including Arkham Asylum, Wayne Tower, Gotham City Hall as well as The Batman
Memorial Statue and many other places of cultural and historical significance.
Carefully crafted three and four day educational tours to Gotham City are on offer and have been consciously planned, based on the interests, attention spans and feeding habits of tens of thousands of visitors on its trips of over 30 years. Our goal for these tours is to promote learning and bonding, of new Gotham while giving visitors a rich detail on the Cities dark past.
Rest assured a hand-picked pool of employees of Gotham's top, licensed, professional guides, hired for their ability to engage, educate and entertain.
Visiting in the Winter? Take a spin on the ice during the 21st season of this Gotham winter tradition.
Broadway is the bright beating heart of Gotham's performing arts scene. No visit to the City is complete without experiencing the rousing entertainment available in Midtown Island's Theatre District, where dozens of historic venues such as The Monarch Theatre and Gotham Opera House stage bold new musicals, long-running hits and fascinating dramas every night of the week.
If theatre isn't your thing, Indoor Skydiving or City Segway Tours around Gotham's must see sights are just some of the alternative activities you can do.
One of the best ways to experience Gotham's legendary architecture is by boat on our famous river tours.
This family-friendly introduction to the City's rich history and architectural heritage gives a true sense
of what Gotham has become.
Of course if you prefer a drier tour, you can always take our bus tours and even segway tours!
Sport fans can take stadium tours around some of the most famous teams Gotham has to offer. Whether it be Baseball, Football, Basketball or even Hockey, there is something for every fan to experience.
Gotham's Recreation Commission and Department are committed to providing quality recreation
programs and services to all, across all 7 parks around the city. Such programs and services
are educational, cultural and social in nature and designed to promote positive emotional
and social development of all participants.
The aim is to have fun! From our iconic Music in the Parks series to our senior activities club and summer camps, our town recreation department provides opportunities for cultural enrichment, as well as a multitude of passive and active leisure experiences.
Take in the natural beauty our Parks have to offer.
You don’t have to be a regular night owl to enjoy the parties, clubs, DJs and lounges that
abound in Gotham's nightlife scene. Take a look at some of the city’s legendary scenes,
then scope out the boroughs’ hottest options for every preference and price cap.
Gotham's club scene has come a long way, baby. Famous venues like Iceberg Lounge and Barker Nightclub have been pillars in the industry a long with so many other choices of late-night spots, it's easy to get over welcomed by all the disco ball spots beckoning you in.
Dig into a Gotham's eccentric pizza, an avant-garde tasting menu, a dim sum spread in Chinatown — Gotham’s food options are as diverse as the city itself. You’ll find something for everyone, from crave-worthy cheap eats to world-renowned fine dining.
The Batman Memorial and Museum remembers and honours Gotham's most loved saviour, killed
protecting the city from constant barrage of attacks. Risking his life to save others,
and who demonstrated extraordinary feats that in the aftermath of his death inspired the
City to fight against its crime ridden past to what it has become today.
Commemoration, exhibitions and educational programs. The memorial consists of The Cape Crusader's beginnings to his unfortunate end. With whom he fought and the controversy behind his vigilante actions. The museum serves as the principal institution concerned with exploring the implications of what lead for one man to stand alone against organised crime and what impact it had on the City.