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Friday, August 5, 2016

Ottawa and Area Zoos, Farms and Petting Zoos

Papanack Zoo

150 County Road 19, Wendover, ON
Hours: 10-5

Adults $17.5
Youth (6-18) $10
Child (2-5) $8

Great little zoo to see all kids of exotic and local wildlife (zebras, lions, bears, skunks, monkeys and more).

Parc Omega

399 Route 323 North, Montebello
Hours: 10-6 (depending on the season)

Toddler (2-5) $9
Youth (6-15) $15
Adults (16+) $24

Take a drive through the beautiful park and discover many animals from North America. Animals will even greet you to eat from your hands (don't forget to bring the carrots).There are also walking trails and a petting zoo.
Valleyview Little Animal Farm

4750 Fallowfield Rd, Ottawa
9:30-4 (depending on the season) 

$9 (2 and older)

Visit lots of farm animals, goats, horses, geese and even zebus. Have a ride on the train, play in the park or enjoy a puppet show. 

Agriculture Museum

901 Prince of Wales Dr, Ottawa
Hours: 9 -5.
Adult $10

Children (3-12) $7

Visit a modern working farm and all of it's animals, horses, pigs, cows and ducks. You can also explore the farming technology and see some cool demonstrations. 

Little Rays Reptile Zoo

5305 Bank St, Ottawa
Hours: 10-5

Adults $12.5
Ages 2 and under are FREE

Discover a 3000 gallon aquarium and over 150 animals including pythons, alligators, cobras, rattlesnakes, tarantulas, marmosets, and birds of prey.

Saunders County Critters

1058 County Rd #44 RR # 1, Oxford Station 
Hours: 10-4

Adults $10.00 
Children (2-16) $8.00
Children under 2 years Free

A privately owned & operated farm,  raising, breeding, showing & selling exotic & unusual critters since the early 1990’s. They have a very successful breeding program boasting achievements with endangered and at risk species. 

Vanderland Barnyard Zoo

11827 County Road 5, Winchester Springs, Ontario 
Hours: Open Sundays ONLY 11-5

$5 (2 and under are free)

Miniature horses, goats, sheep, alpacas, donkeys, rabbits, guinea pigs, pot belly pigs, chickens, peacocks, emus, and some geese.

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