Open Hours: Sep 3-May 17: 10am-4pm Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat-Sun; May 18-Aug 5: 9am-8pm daily; Aug 6-Sep2: 9am-7pm daily
Founded in 1904, this zoo has a long history of breeding endangered species—including Siberian Tigers and Golden ... More
Assiniboine Park Zoo
Founded in 1904, this zoo has a long history of breeding endangered species—including Siberian Tigers and Golden Eagles. There are 1200 animals of 275 different species making this one of the largest zoos in Canada. Mainstays include the Discovery Center, an indoor learning park, and a petting zoo. Winter travelers can look forward to the Lights of the Wild display around Christmas time. Admission: Mar 1-Oct 31: adults CAD3; seniors CAD2.75; youth CAD1.50; children CAD1. Nov 1-Feb 28: All ages CAD1; children under two get in free all year.
I'm sorry but Winnipeg is the absolutely non kid friendly and boring. And if this zoo is the only attraction this city has, Wow....To put some squirrels in a cage and call that an animal attraction is ridiculous.
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