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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, ride the Zoo Express train, take a spin on the Wildlife Carousel, or splash in Kenya Get Wet. 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, $9; Seniors 62+ $7; Children 2-14, $5; Children under 2, free.
This zoo is fantastic. Relatively small, but an impressive array of animals & very intimate. I’ve never been closer to lions or tigers. Incredibly clean, super friendly staff, and well-priced (family membership for a year was less than 70 dollars). We love bringing our kids here.
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Amazing zoo. The perfect size to see everything without wearing everyone out. They are continually coming out with new exhibits, improving enclosures, and providing exciting educational opportunities. Don’t buy admission become a member! It’s totally worth it.
I’m always impressed with how patient and willing to talk the zookeepers are and the staff in the marketplace are super nice.
Reid Park Zoo is a great local Tucson attraction that has that small zoo feel while having a good variety of animals. We always enjoy our time wandering and can spend a couple hours walking the zoo. Being a smaller zoo, you can easily accomplish the whole loop in only a few hours
- admin reviewed 7 years ago
I loved the zoo and the huge park! I love the dog park for my furry friend. Albeit, the water feature for the geese was filthy which detracted somewhat from the beautifully landscaped grounds.
– Gwen H
I don’t know what we’d do without this zoo! It’s big enough to keep my kids busy, but small enough that we can leave quickly if they get tired. The South America loop has a lot of shade which is lovely. They are updating several exhibits which is nice to see. Parking is easy.