Located in the heart of the zoo, Waterfowl Lake offers landscaped paths where visitors can see native Waterfowl, and a nesting pair of trumpeter swans.
Stillwater Place, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's state of the art events center, overlooks stunning views of Waterfowl Lake. Nearby, outdoor flight cages are home to Andean condors, one of the planet's largest flying birds, and a pair of Stellar's sea eagles, the world's biggest eagle.
Wade Hall, one of the oldest zoo buildings in North America, dots the shore of Waterfowl Lake. Built as a deer barn in 1884 at Cleveland's Wade Park - now University Circle - it was moved to its current location in the early 1970s. Today, Wade Hall is home to a seasonal, Victorian-themed ice cream parlor.