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  • Noah's Ark Farm and Zoo
    Noah's Ark Farm and Zoo in California is a great place for guests of all ages to learn about the many animals of the world. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3269 Koehler Rd
    California, KY US
  • Henry's Ark
    Step beyond your backyard and see the amazing animals at Henry's Ark in Prospect. With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this zoo boasts among the best eats this side of the city. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at this zoo. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    7801 Rose Island Rd
    Prospect, KY US
  • Louisville Zoo
    There are tons of engaging exhibits at this 134-acre zoo, including a splash park and Lorikeet feeding area. But perhaps the most talked about is Glacier Run, a fictional mining town where kids get up close with polar bears and grizzlies while learning about conservation. Kids will especially like sitting in the truck, where safety glass separates the cab from the bears bouncing around in back.
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    1100 Trevilian Way
    Louisville, KY US
  • Newport Aquarium
    Check out the amazing wildlife living just below the surface of our world's oceans, lakes, and rivers when you visit Newport Aquarium in Newport. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1 Aquarium Way
    Newport, KY US
  • Jane's Saddlebag
    A boer goat stares at you. A donkey stares at the goat. And a baby tennessee walking horse reads its first Dr. Seuss book. No matter where you point your eyes, you’ll be treated to sights of charming animals at Jane’s Saddlebag’s petting zoo. It’s one of many delightful fixtures at the rural getaway—a hands-on historical education experience at a restored saddlebag home, which sprawls across more than 35 acres near Big Bone Lick State Park. A historic smokehouse adjacent to the home offers insight to the days before refrigeration, when Kentucky farmers would preserve their cured meat by hanging it above a smoldering fire. And behind the saddlebag home lies a replica of a 1700s flatboat, a low-cost form of transportation used by settlers to take one-way trips down the Ohio River and achieve ankle tans. From April to October, these rustic outposts bathe in the sound waves of live music, and the cook-in-residence slakes the hunger built up from exploring both the refreshing nature of the grounds and the historical splendor it offers. When it’s in season, the cook uses freshly grown vegetables and puts flames to a new york strip steak until it’s almost as tender as the mashed potatoes with which it’s served. There’s even a wine and gift shop, where regional wines—some from Kentucky—vie with antiques and gift baskets for the attention of gift givers.
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    13989 Ryle Rd
    Union, KY US
  • Idle-Hour Ranch
    There is nothing run-of-the-mill about Idle-Hour Ranch. With more than 200 animals, including 40+ species, the Iddings family's exotic menagerie has grown quite a bit over the years. Guests to the ranch can meet one of its most beloved residents, Sam the giraffe, or catch glimpses of mountain lions and peacocks. Open to visitors on the weekend, various attractions include a mini farm market, a safari-themed corn maze, and face painting.
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    4845 Fenner Road
    Troy, OH US

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