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Como Town is located next to Como Zoo. The family-friendly amusement park is home to more than 20 ride and attractions, concessions and a General Store.
Visit Como Town’s website for all the info!
Giraffe Feeding Station
Get closer than ever to Como’s giraffe at the Giraffe Feeding Station. Guests will be able to feed the giraffe a piece of romaine lettuce for $5. The Giraffe Feeding Station is currently closed for the Fall and winter. It will reopen in the Spring, but you can visit our gentle giants 365 days a year in the Hoof Stock Building!
Visit Pollinators when it opens again in the Spring of 2020!
BUZZZZZ, BUZZZZZ, BUZZZZZ! We are excited to bring you a new exhibit called “Pollinators: All The Buzz” open now and continuing until Labor Day weekend. This seasonal exhibit will be open daily 10am – 6pm and will highlight pollinators from all around the world with signage, statues and live bees for visitors to observe in an indoor 2,500 square foot greenhouse garden environment filled with pollinator plants. The wide variety of plants come from the world class Marjorie McNeely Conservatory collection and will showcase the different pollinator syndromes, as well as how different flowers attract their own pollinators.
Ribbit Zibit is a frog conservation exhibit that incorporates living animals & plants inside the Leonard Wilkening Children’s Gallery. Guests can get eye-to-eye with Red-eyed Tree Frogs, leer at the Lemur Tree Frogs, and peer into the Panamanian Golden Frogs habitat. The Poison Dart Frogs are well represented in colors of yellow & black, blue & black, and green & black. There is also a separate window to watch the world of tadpoles as they begin their transformation. With several large, eye-catching interpretive displays within the exhibit, visitors can read interesting facts about each species and learn about the global crisis in amphibian survival.