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Reykjavik Family park and Zoo

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Reykjavik Family park and Zoo

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Michele T wrote a review Aug 2020
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates37 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a nice experience for the whole family. Few animals to see and a big playground with few rides as well. Open all year long. During the winter rides and cafeteria are open only on the weekend. My kids loved the miniature excavators! A bit disappointed about the maintenance of some water games inside the sand pit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Veera K wrote a review Jul 2020
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Review of: Entry Ticket
The zoo part was awfull. The animals had way too little area and enclosures were horrible. The farm animals looked like they were waiting to be made to meat instead of being educational and nice experience for kids or anyone else. Bunnies had too little room and no enrichments or other suitable places like hideouts. Seals had basically zero room and the other wild animals' habitats were filthy. Our locl petstores have better environments for insects and reptiles thn this "zoo" has. Would have loved to see farm animals and local wildlife in healthy environments but this park left me nauseous. Also a plus would have been some signs or even maps of the park area since it was kind of hard to navigate or find the animals since some were behind doors and some enclosures were empty.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Malgorzata wrote a review Mar 2020
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I am not a fan of watching animals in the zoo, I prefer them in their natural environment. It was a small zoo with almost all the land mammals you can find in Iceland. Mostly farm animals. It was in June, the animals were outside. Their outside enclosures were roomy. The animals looked good and most of them seemed to be happy. However, the seals had very small pool and horses desperately scraping their gravel floor looking for grass. But I also saw the inside pens where they are in winter. They were sooooooo small. There is also children's play area. It has a few castles, a large sandbox, and some other activities. The zoo has rather an educational function and recreation for children,  but I was quite depressed though there.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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A V wrote a review Feb 2020
Westchester County, New York106 contributions16 helpful votes
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Review of: Entry Ticket
Cute and cozy little zoo with cutest animals. We saw a real UNIcorn, smiling horse, beautiful miss Piggie, and fun arctic foxes. And it was a free admission during a weekday :)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Melissa P wrote a review Jan 2020
Coral Springs, Florida36 contributions28 helpful votes
Our tours for the day were cancelled so we found this place. It was far from the city center but still walkable for us. It is very small, probably no more than an hour, and there were probably no more than 10 people there at any given time. It was free for us because it was during the week.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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