Michigan Zoos

Michigan Zoos.

Detroit Zoo. Royal Oak, Michigan

Situated on 125 acres with many naturalistic habitats Major exhibits include the Arctic Ring of Life, Australian Outback Adventure, Great Apes of Harambee, National Amphibian Conservation Center, Holden Reptile Conservation Center, Penguinarium and Butterfly Garden. Largest paid family attraction in Michigan with more than one million visitors annually 53,000 member households Home to more than 2,600 animals of 265 species 203 employees including full and part-time More than 1,100 volunteers, docents and gardeners who donate more than 100,000 hours of service each year Mission of “Celebrating and Saving Wildlife” Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums

Open Daily
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
(Wednesdays in July and August until 8 p.m).
Day after Labor Day – October 31
10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Adult: 15 – 61 – $14-24
Child: 2 – 14 – $12-21
Senior: 62 + – $12-21
Under :2 years – Free

Parking: $8

Visit there website here for full details www.detroitzoo.org

Potter Park Zoological Society, Lansing, MI

The Potter Park Zoological Society evolved from the Friends of the Zoo Society in 1986. It is the private, nonprofit, fundraising organization that raises the necessary monies to support the Zoo. The Zoological Society supports the Education Department, the Docent Association, the Teen Zookeeper Program, Zookambi (the summer school program), operates the concession stands, gift shop, and pony rides, and sponsors special events.

The PPZS Board of Directors is comprised of enthusiastic business people who donate their valuable time for the betterment of the Zoo. Members of the PPZS help in these endeavors by buying memberships, adopting animals, and donating their time as volunteers.

This zoo has a varied schedule of days open and pricing, Please refer to there website for pricing and hours.

Visit there website here for full details www.potterparkzoo.org