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Arizona: Wildlife World Zoo

Address 16501 W. Northern Ave Litchfield Park
How to Find it: From the North: Take I-17 to loop 101 west. Exit 101 at Northern Avenue and head west 8 miles. From the East: Take I-10 westbound to State Route 303 (exit #124). Head North 6 miles to Northern Avenue and turn right (east).
Open: Wildlife World Zoo is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week, 365 days a year, including all holidays
No of Species No of Animals Star Rating
Mammals Conservation
Birds Enclosures
Reptiles Education
Amphibians Recreation
Fish Research
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This critique last updated:  Feb 2008

Visitor Reviews


Review submitted by Titus: Aug 2000

Admission is about $9.00. they have snack bars and zoo store, petting zoo, wallabies, analope, no elephant, birds, small alligator, and enclosures of lizards and fish, bats, very small train ride. Over all a pretty good zoo but very hot during summer. Pathways are not paved and can get pretty breezy out there. They have new exhibits since I have been there last which was Christmas. During Christmas they have a lights and Santa. white tigers, lion, giraffes, jaguars, penguin etc

Review submitted by Randolph Clarke Oct 2006

I'm a volunteer at the Nat'l Zoo, attending the Regional AZAD meeting in Tucson.  A staff member of the Reid Park Zoo was positive about this Phoenix zoo, so I made my way up to Phoenix.  As an easterner I was initially put off: too dry, too windy, too bleak.  The white tiger sitting in a bathtub in a tiny cage reinforce my first impression.  As I explored this very large park I saw many cassowaries in one yard (they must be females or siblings — younger than they looked); a baby giraffe bounding across the meadow; ostriches guarding an egg; a baby warthog; several visitors – several AF moms and kids – were totally enraptured; birds galore; and a wonderful young volunteer in the petting zoo.  Accept this zoo for what it is and you too might fall in love.


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