Alligators are unpredictable creatures, which is why you should never approach them in the wild or depend on them to babysit your pet antelope. Have a brush with the animal kingdom with this Groupon.
$5 for Two Admissions to the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo (Up to $10 Value)
The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is open daily from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors can take self-guided tours through the zoo; no appointments are necessary. Children aged 3 and younger receive free admission.
Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo
Generations of animal lovers come together to explore the winding trails of the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo, where more than 75 species inhabit displays that stretch across 10 acres of naturally wooded terrain. Run by a full-time staff, as well as Santa Fe College students, the zoo is home to a diverse collection of both native and exotic creatures, headlined by a lineup of family favorites that includes bald eagles, white-throated Capuchin monkeys, and small-clawed otters. While visiting, zoo-goers can lock eyes with endangered beasts or, instead of diving into a mall fountain to inspect the coins, study actual water-dwelling critters wading through the amphibian habitats. Sawdust trails make the zoo easy to navigate for wheelchairs and strollers, and an onsite playground entertains young'uns during breaks from uninhibited discovery.
98% of 558 customers recommend
“Go in walking shoes and be rested before you go. It is not a large zoo but it is well maintained.”
“The zoo is small which makes it perfect to see in an hour or two. It makes for a fun mini-day trip and the staff is very friendly and willing to answer any and all...”
“The zoo is small which makes it perfect to see in an hour or two. It makes for a fun mini-day trip and the staff is very friendly and willing to answer any and all questions you or your children may have. Would definitely recommend going at least once. Great alternative to going to the movies and getting your kids away from their video games & computers!”
“Very well kept & clean...animals are obviously well cared for and the mulch paths are friendly to feet.”