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SPCA Petting Zoo

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SPCA Petting Zoo

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Hudsonmccraw wrote a review Nov 2019
Virginia Beach, Virginia1,834 contributions63 helpful votes
The admissions is $3, which is very reasonable. They have a small selection of animals that one can pet and feed. That in addition to a selection of dogs and other animals that they keep in kennels indoors. One can buy a container of feed for the animals for $1. The zoo itself isn't large, but we spent over an hour there, and felt it was worth the time and money.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Brittany C wrote a review Nov 2018
Virginia Beach, Virginia95 contributions62 helpful votes
The admission price is $3 per person as of this review and still $1 for food. You walk through the Spca building to an outside area. As stated in other reviews, the goats will jump up, bump into you and let you know they'd really enjoy some food. There are 2 nice, large enclosures, one for the bird and the other for the bunnies. These areas are nice and calm, if you need a goat break;) From my understanding, I don't believe this facility is funded by the city anymore. It can use some touch ups, the party pavilion could benefit from some new streamers and a coat of paint. Some more signs out there, telling us more about the animals. I enjoyed it here and if you love animals or your kids do, it is an affordable place to stop by and enjoy their company.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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jstargell wrote a review May 2018
Nashville, Indiana70 contributions8 helpful votes
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Definitely worth a visit if you have small children. Only thing I would recommend is that adults hold the food containers once you enter. The goats will start jumping on you and could potentially knock down a small child.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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teen_reviewer wrote a review Oct 2017
Ashburn, Virginia36 contributions8 helpful votes
I visited with my friends and for the small entry fee we were able to meet many cute animals. The goats were adorable and I would for sure go back!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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G8118FPlisac wrote a review Oct 2017
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Cute & well cared for farm animals. It would be nice to have some of the dogs outside to get some sunshine & fresh air.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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