The Racine Zoo is located along the scenic shoreline of Lake Michigan in Racine, Wisconsin. Covering 32 acres, it is home to more than 100 species of animals worldwide. Founded in 1923, the zoo strongly emphasizes education, conservation, and creating a family-friendly environment that connects people with nature.

Visitors to the Racine Zoo can explore various exhibits, from the PlayZoo, designed for young children, to the interactive Norco Aviary. Regularly scheduled animal chats, encounters, and educational programs allow guests to learn about wildlife. Seasonal events, train rides, and the beachside location add to the unique and engaging experience for visitors of all ages.

The Racine Zoo is committed to conservation efforts by participating in Species Survival Plans, community education, and supporting global wildlife protection initiatives. By collaborating with other zoos, conservation organizations, and local schools, the zoo emphasizes sustainable practices, wildlife preservation, and environmental stewardship.

  • Zoo Size:
    32 acres
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  • Key Exhibits:
    Norco Aviary || PlayZoo || Vanishing Kingdom || Barnyard Safari || Primates of the World || Heritage Hill || Australian Outback || Aquatic Adventures || Walkabout Creek || North Woods Adventure
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    (262) 636-9189
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