Zoos in Kitchener

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Cambridge
Go “On Safari!” and get closer than you ever imagined to over 1,000 exotic birds and animals from around the world! See majestic lions, rare cheetah, a herd of graceful giraffe, and a crash of rhino! A full day of Family Fun!
Brantford
An enjoyable and nurturing environment where families can learn about animals of the world. There are also a petting zoo section, accessible nature trail and a children's adventure playground designed for under 5s.
Reptilia
(89 KM)
Vaughan
Reptilias zoo contains more than 75 species of reptiles including all the 'Big Names' such as Nile Croc, King Cobra, Black Mamba, Reticulated Python, American Alligator, Boa Constrictor, Alligator Snapping Turtle, Burmese Python, Eastern Diamondback...
Toronto Zoo
(113 KM)
Toronto
Visit over 5,000 animals. Be thrilled by the Amazing Animal Show! Explore "Zellers Discovery Zone,"* featuring the "Kids Zoo", "Splash Island" and the "Great Barrier Reef Exhibit".
Marineland
(119 KM)
Niagara Falls
A swimmingly fun day out for the whole family full of fun aquatic displays and performances, as well as 16 thrilling rides for all ages (and bravery levels!)
Safari Niagara
(127 KM)
Stevensville
Come, immerse yourself in a world of zoological wonders. Home to more than 500 animals of native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds! Plus free activities including paddle boating, kite-flying and playing at the large playgrounds, sandbox and anim...
Elmvale
Over 300 exotic and exciting animals to visit, plus interactive reptile sessions, adventure playground and more.
Seagrave
Northwood is a Non-Profit Sanctuary Dedicated to providing a clean, safe and loving environment to over 100 exotic animal species. Including Tigers, Lions, Primates, Bears, Wolves, Buffalo, Eagles, Owls and other wonderful creatures.
Ridgetown
Offering exotic animals, tropical birds, reptiles and masses of monkeys; plus adventure playground, splash pad, miniature village and family eatery.
Bowmanville Zoo
(154 KM)
Bowmanville
Experience a close encounter of the wild kind. Bowmanville Zoo is an intimate and interactive zoo with educating live animal shows daily in the Animal Theatre. Animal rides and carnivore feedings. Bring a picnic lunch or enjoy restaurant on site.
6 Orono
Much more than big cats with nearly 180 animals representing over 60 species. Free daily feeding tours, plus Animal Encounter and other options.
Sarnia
The Children's Animal Farm is nestled in a picturesque environment which features attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. Take a leisurely stroll, observe and learn about the animals or enjoy the Farm's natural setting and environment.
Peterborough
Riverview Park and Zoo is a unique, recreational facility offering attractions to people of all ages. The zoo features 27 exhibits, with over 48 species, including Yak, Camel, Wallaby, Emu, Macaw, Squirrel Monkey, Cougar, Plated Lizard, Meerkat and m...
Norwood
The Indian River Reptile Zoo is the only Reptile Facility in Canada to be an accredited member of the Canadian Association Of Zoos and Aquariums!
Nepean
Producing farm open to the public with special family activities for learning about farms and animals.
Nepean
Farm Animals and Birds, Duck Pond, Creative Farm Play Yards, Gift Shop. Ride the mini-train, 'The Funny Farm Express'. Puppet Shows on weekends,and daily in July and August. Farm Museum open on special Mondays.
Ottawa
Ottawa's only Reptile Zoo and Insectarium with over 80 displays, housing more than 250 animals. Little Ray's allows you to get up close and personal with the animals. The emphasis is hands-on interactive education, which will guarantee you a zoologic...
Wendover
Come and see who’s new and waiting to meet you as you visit a world of wildlife filled with all kinds of exotic and birds. Relax for a couple of hours or stay for the day, there’s something for everyone at Papanack Park Zoo!. You can feed the bar...
Parc Omega
(504 KM)
Montebello
You can observe a number of species of wild animals living free in their natural habitat year-round.
Ecomuseum Zoo
(565 KM)
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Located on the island of Montreal itself, the Ecomuseum is a private, non-profit, 11.3 hectare educational wildlife park - operated by the St. Lawrence Valley Natural History Society - where you can observe and study indigenous fauna and flora in the...
Montreal
The world’s most beautiful insects are waiting for you to admire. We welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors intrigued by these misunderstood creatures, which are so often wrongly feared and despised. Come see them, discover their world and learn...
Montreal
The Biodome is so beloved that if you mention you're thinking of going aloud while riding the Metro, more than one friendly local is apt to tell you how fantastic it is.
Chouette a voir!
(644 KM)
Saint Hyacinthe
The natural site of the Union québécoise de réhabilitation des oiseaux de proie (the Québec union for the rehabilitation of birds of prey).The biggest collection of birds in Quebec!
Granby Zoo
(653 KM)
Granby
Observe 1,000 animals representing close to 200 exotic species: elephants, giraffes, gorillas, tigers and more. Enjoy numerous exciting rides, like the rollercoaster and the "pirogue" boat. Follow the tracks of the storm god Hurakan at the Amazoo Yop...
St Edouard de Maskinonge
Over 85 species of animals and a miniature farm can be found in this relaxing environment, which extends over more than 57 acres of woodland, amazing place for a picnic with the whole family to enjoy!
Bécancour
A zoo? An aquarium? No! A unique interpretation centre offering a direct contact with nature and its living species. Come see, touch and feel the biodiversity! With family, friends or as a group, everyone is welcome!
Stratford
This observation centre, associated with the Pavillon de la Faune wildlife pavilion, has outdoor enclosures with live wild animals that would be difficult to approach in their natural habitat. You'll be able to observe nearly 25 animal species native...
Québec
Aquarium du Québec is an outstanding attraction that is home to many species of fish, mammals and reptiles, some that are unique to Quebec region.
St Felicien
The Zoo sauvage of St-Félicien invites you to come live an unforgettable experience among the the Boréalie species. Come witness the proximity of almost 1000 live animals in natural wide open spaces.
Gammondale Farm
(884 KM)
Thunder Bay
Children love to visit our 1930 barn filled with friendly animals. Fluffy baby chicks are a favorite in the spring. And of course the loft is always open for kids to play in the hay and swing on the tire. We offer tour around the farm on our hay wago...
Cherry Brook Zoo
(1162 KM)
St John
Zoo specialising in rare species, plus Vanished Kingdom extinction exhibit, Waterfowl Boardwalk and Tiger Claws Miniature Golf course.
Minnitaki
Enjoy touring the lovely 32-hectare (80-acre) farm and see many domestic and exotic farm animals. Be sure to check out the Bird Aviary and don't miss the Lambing Barn!
Sussex Corner
Built by show people for show people, it is Eastern Canada's premier Agricultural Exhibition Center.
Sainte-Anne-des-Monts
Discover 'A garden under the sea'. Enter the underwater world as you explore the basins and aquaria displaying a broad sampling of the St. Lawrence's marine organisms and fishes. Let the naturalist guide introduces you to molluscs and echinoderms......
Oaklawn Farm Zoo
(1255 KM)
Aylesford
offers a 50 acre zoo boasting a great range of exotic, native and domestic breeds of mammals, birds and reptiles.
Magnetic Hill Zoo
(1265 KM)
Moncton
Visit over 515 animals including exotic birds, mammals, reptiles and fancy fish. You can see daily primate, lion and otter feedings daily in summer!
Sackville
Free to visit any time, offering a huge number of indigenous waterfowl plus muskrats and mini beasts, with 3.5 km of trails and boardwalks; guided tours available.
Shippagan
The NB Aquarium and Marine Centre has a large collection of more than 100 species of fish and invertebrate as well as a few specimens of the rare Blue Lobster. Visitors can visit the outdoor touch tank, laugh with our Harbor seals and see HD movies. ...
Churchill Wild
(1421 KM)
Kleefeld
Polar Bear Tours - Churchill Wild - All inclusive fly-in eco lodges on the Hudson Bay coast. Walk with polar bears. Swim with whales. Taste the wild!
Winnipeg
Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Zoo is one of Canada's best, a collection of 1250 animals belonging to 300 species, many now threatened with extinction. Special emphasis is given to creatures of the northern latitudes (many of which are indigenous to Can...
Thomson Zoo
(1844 KM)
Thompson
This small zoo houses native northern species, domestic farm animals and a wide variety of birds and waterfowl. It provides an educational and recreational experience for children and adults of the city of Thompson and the Norman Region as well as ma...
Saskatoon
The Forestry Farm Park was started in 1913 and officially opened in 1914. The Farm was dedicated to the propagation and production of trees from the prairie environment. The site was known as the Dominion Forest Nursery Station, a branch of the Ind...
Lloydminster
The Zoo is open from May 1 - September 30. We welcome individuals and groups to see the zoo. Group rates available upon request.
Coaldale
The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre is Canada's largest birds of prey facility. Situated on a 70-acre wetland area site, our centre is a celebration of nature featuring hawks, falcons, eagles and owls of Alberta.
Calgary
This 36-hectare wildlife reserve offers more than two kilometres of level walking trails and over 1 km of nature trails, throughout the riverine forest, by the flowing river and alongside a peaceful lagoon.
Calgary
Calgary Zoo is Canada's 2nd largest zoo offering over 1000 rare animals and a variety of birds, reptiles and amphibians in natural habitat enclosures.The Prehistoric Park displays 19 life size dinosaurs in habitats representing life 230 million to 64...
Valley Zoo
(2649 KM)
Edmonton
Come to the Valley Zoo for a roaring good time and to visit the more than 100 exotic, endangered and native species.Come and learn about the Valley Zoo's involvement in the Species Survival Plan and its work to return endangered species to the wild.
Northwest Edmonton
An underground aquarium that is home to more than 100 species of fish, sharks, sea turtles, penguins and more. Plus Sea Lions' Rock, home to four California sea lions that perform daily.
BC Wildlife Park
(3066 KM)
Kamloops
Be prepared for a major expedition in experiencing indigenous wildlife of Super Natural British Columbia, where there is more species diversity than any other province in Canada! The Park features over 65 species of wildlife spread out over 50 hectar...
Aldergrove
The Greater Vancouver Zoo is dedicated to preserving and protecting endangered species, and creating an educational environment that inspires appreciation and concern about wildlife and wild places, while providing a pleasant recreational setting for...

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