Gators are unpredictable creatures, which is why you should never approach them in the wild or depend on them to babysit your pet gazelle. Have a brush with the animal kingdom with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $14 for general reptile-zoo admission for two (up to a $28.25 value, including tax)
- $27 for a family admission for two children and two adults (a $54.24 value, including tax); each additional child or adult admission costs $10
Children 2 and younger receive free admission.
From November 6 through April 25, Little Ray's Reptile Zoo will host the Nature's Ninjas exhibit, which highlights the incredible defense strategies and adaptations of frogs, ants, lizards, and other animals.
Little Ray's Reptile Zoo's rates can vary based on attendee age.
Little Ray's Reptile Zoo
Little Ray's Reptile Zoo is a grand hotel for cold-blooded critters overseen by animal enthusiasts Paul "Little Ray" Goulet and his wife Sheri Goulet. At their new location in Hamilton, they host one of the largest sanctuaries in Ontario for unwanted reptiles. Meanwhile, the renovated Ottawa location features 25 permanent exhibits, a nature centre, and a hands-on room. Born from the joy Little Ray experienced sharing his personal collection of reptiles with school children, the zoo now encompasses a variety of exhibits and daily feeding demonstrations showcasing more than 150 animals.
The expert staff—which has trained keepers at other animal facilities on proper husbandry and correct presentation—safely introduces visitors to the animals which include giant snakes, tarantulas, and more. The zoo is open daily for corporate groups, birthday parties, and everyday animal lovers to tour the reptile environs and educational displays. The reptile zoo hosts large private-party and function rooms and a jungle spa where pythons receive hydrating wraps to combat scaly skin.
95% of 2,245 customers recommend
“We had a great time! We enjoyed feeding the turtles, and seeing all the cool reptiles! The kids loved it!!”
“When you go in the warmer months, there are more animals outside!!”
“If you go during the week, it is really quiet and one of the workers took out any animals we wanted to see and brought animals out to show them how they eat. well done!”