Zoos

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  • Great Lakes Zoological Society - Ann Arbor

    The Great Lakes Zoological Society (GLZS) is a conservation oriented zoo and rescue center, located between Baker and Zeeb roads. The center houses a 5000 square foot indoor exhibit area focusing on reptiles and amphibians as well as...

  • Indian Creek Petting Zoo - Lambertville

    A unique place that offers camel rides and up close viewing of exotic animals such as zebras, camels, emus, wallabies, lemurs, donkeys, horses, goats, alpacas, guinea hens, sheep, peacocks and so much more. OPEN: Thursdays 10-7...

  • John Ball Zoo Society - Grand Rapids

    This boutique Zoo packs 2,000 animals, spectacular views, hands-on animal experiences, rides, and the only funicular in the midwest into a hilly scenic 14-acres. An impressive animal collection features lions, tigers and bears along...

  • Kingman Museum, Natural History and Planetarium - Battle Creek

    Kingman Museum is southwest Michigan's only natural history museum! What started as a small collection of specimens and artifacts donated by Edward Brigham, Sr. in the late nineteenth century expanded into the Public School Museum, one...

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    Lewis Farm Market & Petting Farm - New Era

    Largest petting farm in west Michigan with over 60 animals including some exotics. Outdoor family entertainment: jumping pillows, climbing toys, corn maze, wagon rides, pedal carts, barrel train, fruit cannons, pumpkin chucker, animated...

  • Northfork Farms and Outback - Webberville

    Northfork Outback offers field trips to the Wild West Adventure, Native American and Western Frontier. Lots of hands on activities, Pan for Gold, old fashion farming, homestead for butter making, old fashion wash station, Wagon rides,...

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