Moo!

Fact: Kids love animals, especially live ones. Believe it or not, you can see everything from pigs and sheep to bison and llama right here in Toronto.

Riverdale Farm

Wander through this 19th century, fully operational, farm in the east end of the city. Explore the ponds, learn about pigs, horses, sheep and much more. Pack a picnic lunch to eat in the shady park directly outside the Riverdale Farm.
201 Winchester Street, Toronto, (416) 392-6794

Far Enough Farm in Centreville

Situated in Centreville Amusement Park, the Far Enough Farm is a delightful spot to visit. The petting zoo is home to over 40 different species of farm animals and exotic birds.Grab a family play all day pass for Centreville Amusement Park.
84 Advance Rd, Toronto, (416) 234-2345

High Park Zoo

Open all year round, visitors will learn about bison, deer, llamas, peacocks and cattle and more. The High Park Zoo is a fabulous addition to any trip to the park. Don’t miss a trip to visit the shops and cafes on Roncesvalles Avenue.
95 Lavinia Avenue, Toronto

Metro Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is the largest zoo in Canada and is home to over 5,000 animals. The zoo is a fun and educational experience that children will not want to miss.Plan on spending the entire day at the zoo, stroller rentals available on site.
361A Old Finch Avenue, Toronto, (416) 392-5929

 

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