Great Lakes Zoological Society

Great Lakes Zoological Society

Up to 50% Off
Give as a Gift
Unable to add now. Please try again later
Unable to remove now. Please try again later

Customer Reviews


1,043 Ratings

100% Verified Reviews
All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.

BJ

Betty J. · 5 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed March 14, 2013
because of circumstances beyond my control I felt like you should have honored my groupon for the full amount even though it' expired. However, I am thankful you gave me back my 12 dollars towards our visit

EB

Erin B. ·
Reviewed October 28, 2012
My two kids (ages 8 and 5) really enjoyed the Reptile Zoo. Especially my daughter (5 years old) did not want to leave and has been begging to go back. Everyone there was VERY knowledgeable and could answer any questions my kids threw at them. Very fun and educational!

KH

Kimberly H. ·
Reviewed October 21, 2012
My children and I enjoyed it very much. The staff was so knowledgable and helpful. We are on a strict budget, being a family of six on a modest income, so we would not have been able to attend at the regular price.

What You'll Get


Teaching children is extremely important, as they are the ones who must figure out the most efficient way to carry our groceries. Pass knowledge on with this Groupon.

$12 for Family Admission for Four (Up to $24 Value)

Two adults and two children aged 11 or younger peruse indoor habitats of more than 60 species, meeting reptiles, amphibians, insects, arachnids, and birds. Children aged 2 or younger are admitted free.

Great Lakes Zoological Society

While visiting the Great Lakes Zoological Society, guests take in animal sights that tend to deceive at first glance. A rough-barked indoor tree, upon closer inspection, may actually be covered with snakes craftily blending in. Lizards, tortoises, and tarantulas populate similar enclosures, resting atop logs suspended over swamps or within forest-floor greenery. The nonprofit indoor zoo houses more than 90 animals representing over 60 species, including reptiles, amphibians, insects, arachnids, and birds, that help teach visitors about their habitats and booming nightlife. Along the way, guides invite visitors to meet colorful residents such as reticulated pythons weighing over 150 pounds, two 90-pound sulcata tortoises, and monitor lizards that extend over 4 feet.

Zoo staff members also lead groups deeper into the study of their creatures during classroom visits, where children learn about ecological conservation, how to identify dangerous animals, and the proper way to give a snake a handshake as they touch and handle some specimens. On-staff instructors also teach group classes in subjects such as animal medicating, handling, and reptile husbandry. The nonprofit occasionally places its animals up for adoption, and works toward conservation efforts by rehabilitating, breeding, and rereleasing native Michigan species and global endangered species.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About World of Discovery Reptile Zoo


While visiting the Great Lakes Zoological Society's indoor reptile zoo, guests take in animal sights that tend to deceive at first glance. A rough-barked indoor tree, upon closer inspection, may actually be a snake craftily blending in. Lizards, tortoises, and tarantulas populate similar enclosures, resting atop logs suspended over ponds or within forest-floor greenery. The nonprofit indoor zoo houses more than 100 animals representing over 70 species, including reptiles, amphibians, insects, arachnids, and birds, that help teach visitors about their habitats. Along the way, guides invite visitors to meet colorful residents such as a reticulated python weighing over 150 pounds, two 90-pound Sulcata tortoises, and monitor lizards that extend over 5 feet.

Zoo staff members also lead groups deeper into the study of their creatures during classroom visits, where children learn about ecological conservation, how to identify dangerous animals, and the proper way to give a snake a handshake as they touch and handle some reptiles. On-staff instructors also teach group classes in subjects such as animal medicating, handling, and reptile husbandry. The nonprofit occasionally places its animals up for adoption, and works toward conservation efforts by rehabilitating, breeding, and rereleasing native Michigan species and global endangered species.

By purchasing this deal you'll unlock points which can be spent on discounts and rewards. Every 5,000 points can be redeemed for $5 Off your next purchase.