Reid Park Zoo

A Great Tucson Attraction Is The Reid Park Zoo

Reid Park Zoo Is A Must See Place To Visit In Tucson AZ


Reid Park ZooReid Park Zoo is committed to the conservation of biological diversity and to creating an learning and exciting experience for all visitors.

Reid Park Zoo is the only Tucson zoo and was established 1965. Exhibits included birds, prairie dogs, farm animals, and a few squirrel monkey.  today, Reid Park Tucson is on a 24-acre grounds that is home to hundreds of animals in naturalistic exhibits. Over 600,000 visitors come to the Reid Park Zoo each year.

The zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). Accreditation is based on an extensive review against established standards. Criteria include animal care, veterinarian programs, conservation, education, and safety. AZA conducts follow up reviews every five years.

Reid Park Zoo has a vast array of things to do in addition to just seeing the animals.

Giraffe Encounter allows visitors the opportunity to meet and feed the Zoo’s giraffes. Registration is not needed, however there is a $2 per person charge.  Click here for the Giraffe Encounter schedule and details.

The Reid Park Zoo train is located just outside of the front gate of the Zoo. Rides are $2. Multiple ride tickets are available. The train operates throughout most business hours.

Kenya Get Wet is for those interested in getting up close and personal with the animals. This particular interactive wet play area is usually open daily. Bring a towel!  Please note that gates will be closed during cold temperatures and stormy weather. There may also be some restrictions due to heavy school field trips.

Wild Ideas has been created for learning. In addition to live animals and hands-on exhibits there are docents with contact animals, games, or crafts.

Wild Ideas is located in the Lee H. Brown Conservation Learning Center.  The exhibit is open daily during regular Reid Park Zoo hours.

Daily activities at Reid Park Tucson Arizona are provides to allow visitors to talk with the staff and see animals in different ways. Be sure to check the daily schedule posted at the Reid Park Zoo gate. Look for Keeper Chats, training demonstrations and activities for kids.

A few final points. Animals tend to be most active in the morning and prior to closing. Morning school group visits are frequent March through May. This will be a great time to visit Reid Park Zoo if you enjoy watching the energy of youngsters learning about the Zoo.

Directions to Reid Park Tucson Arizona.

The Zoo is located in central Tucson just off of Randolph Way. It is north of 22nd Street. Randolph Way is the first street west of Alvernon.MAP

There is ample free parking near the Zoo entrance.

REID PARK ZOO
3400 Zoo Court
Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 791-4022

Reid Park Zoo Admission Hours
Winter Hours for September – May, 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Summer Hours for June – August, 8:00AM – 3:00PM

The Zoo is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Please call (520) 791-4022 to confirm additional seasonal hours.

For those not wanting to drive. Reid Park Tucson Zoo is within walking distance of the 22nd Street bus line. Take bus #7 to Reid Park Tucson.

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Reid Park Zoo was last modified: June 15th, 2015 by ben4wp

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Reid Park Zoo was last modified: June 15th, 2015 by ben4wp
Reid Park Zoo was last modified: June 15th, 2015 by ben4wp

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