This Is A Great Time To Visit The Many Enchanting Zoos Of Toronto

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TORONTO: High Park Zoo is now open to the public from 7 a.m. until dusk. This zoo is a friendly animal attraction in the middle of High Park.

This zoo is a friendly animal attraction in the middle of High Park.

The city said in a notification: “Enjoy a family visit with the West Highlands Cattle, emus and reindeer. Follow public health guidelines while visiting to help ensure we keep each other safe while reopening our city.”

Located inside High Park, the zoo offers people an opportunity to interact with the llamas, chickens, rabbits and occasionally feed the capybaras. High Park Zoo is Canada’s oldest zoo, originally housing a deer pen and an aviary.

The zoo was established in 1893 following John and Jemima Howard’s gift of their home, Colborne Lodge, and its 165-acre grounds to the City of Toronto for use as a public park. Another land was later added to make High Park what it is today. Over 600,000 visitors come to the zoo every year.

The zoo is a popular destination for schools, camps and seniors’ groups from across the city. People who come with a registered tour have the opportunity to participate in a Meet the Keeper session and get a behind-the-scenes zoo tour.

Riverdale Farm A visit to the farm is a great way to experience animals, particularly in spring when we welcome new additions to the animal family! You can tour the historic
working farm’s scenic 7.5 acres through wooded areas, around ponds, and into butterfly-herb flower-vegetable gardens.

Visit the farm animals, tour buildings such as the pig and poultry barn and the Residence and chat with a farmer during daily chores. Far Enough Farm Far Enough Farm is owned by
the City of Toronto and independently operated as part of Centreville Amusement Park.

The farm is open 365 days per year and admission is free.

Originally established in 1959, Far Enough Farm is a longstanding Centre Island staple that is sure to please children and adults alike! This unique petting farm is located just minutes from Toronto’s bustling downtown core, and provides city-dwelling children and visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with over 40 different species of farmyard animals and exotic birds.

New animals arrive at Far Enough Farm throughout the spring and summer seasons. Visit
the farm or check back on our website often to keep on top of new farm residents! Far Enough Farm is located on Centre Island, just East of Centreville Amusement Park.

Toronto Zoo Visit the Toronto Zoo with over 5,000 animals representing more than 450 species. The Zoo is an agency of the City of Toronto.


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