If you’re looking for a great way to spend the day with your kids, then going to the zoo is a wonderful idea. They’ll enjoy seeing these exotic and normal creatures and also get to learn more about them. There’s also a history behind some of these places and you learn all about it! So what are you waiting for?
With a mission to bring parents, children and people of all ages together to appreciate and learn more about wildlife and the natural world, Rizzo’s Wildlife puts the effort. If you’re looking to to hang out with snakes, lizards, and many other wildlife, then you’re in the right place!
The 4,700 square foot zoo has over a hundred animals that will definitely add great memories to your day.
Spend your time here learning, exploring and having fun in Morris County, from the adventure starting at the Animal Gallery, where guests will observe animals from around the world in an authentically recreated habitat to the Snake Den with a lively animal presentation starring: Rizzo’s reptile friends! The Zoo can even bring a live animal show to you in case you can’t make it there. Contact them for more information
In West Orange, The Turtle Back Zoo opened in 1963 and s one of the elite zoos and aquaria of the United States, since it adheres to the highest standards for zoos in the country. Filled with numerous exhibits and animals, Alligators, Prairie dogs, Penguins, Wolves among others. There’s an event here every month; exciting workshops, awareness weeks, live animal presentations and along with many other features that will keep you coming back for more.
This zoo covers 7 spacious acres in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barren. Founded in the late 1970’s Popcorn Park Zoo was meant to provide a safe space for wildlife that are sick, abandoned, abused and injured. Fast forward to present day, it is home to over 20 different species of animals and has approximately 300 animals. Some of these include tigers, camels, monkeys and mountain lions. The animals here each have their own unique story of being rescued and now being part of this warm loving zoo. There’s Humane Education which is a driving factor when it comes to the zoo, even the youngest of children will develop empathy and understanding towards animals from their visits here.
If you need driving directions to the Zoo, here’s how to get there:
If you need another way to get there, you can take the train. If you want to find more places to go in Randolph, click here. To learn more about Proven Contracting and roofing in Randolph, check out some of our other blog posts.