Reid Park Zoo
Located in: Central Tucson District
- Green Business
- Mexico Ready
Nothing Gets You Closer - Explore naturalistic habitats housing exotic animals from around the world, including up-close views of tigers, anteaters, lions, grizzly bears, elephants, rhinos, and more! Feed a giraffe, splash in Kenya Get Wet, or ride the Zoo Express train, the wildlife carousel or even a camel! Education programs, events, and animal presentations provide new ways to engage with your Zoo during every visit! Reid Park Zoo is dedicated to caring for and protecting wildlife…with your help. Through careful breeding, expert care, and conservation partnerships around the world, Reid Park Zoo is helping animals. By visiting the Zoo, you are helping too. Zoo Hours: Oct.-May, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., June-Sept. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Admission: Adults 15-61, $10.50; Seniors 62+ $8.50; Children 2-14, $6.50; Children 0-1 free.
- #25 of 320 things to do in Tucson
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Good zoo, giraffe feeding is disappointing
It's not one of the biggest zoos, but it has a good variety of animals. One of the biggest disappointments was the giraffe feeding. It only happens once or twice a day, and you have to pay to feed...
I was blown away by this zoo! I would never have guessed that this paradise was in the middle of town!
Bring lots of water with you if you come in the summer and get there when it opens. The animals laze around when it is too hot. The elephant area is a favourite!
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Children Welcomed
- Golf Nearby
- Patio Dining
- Number of Meeting Rooms 2
- Total Meeting Space 2727
- Largest Meeting Room 100
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- Banquet Capacity: 1100