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Don't expect sidewalk viewing of lions, tigers or great apes, rather friendly interactions with the feathered and furry. Visitors can purchase animal feed items, such as parakeet sticks, and watch as the colorful birds land at their fingertips; feed...more
While Reston has next to nothing to do, Roer’s Zoofari provides a slightly interesting place to visit. We visited in February so pretty cold. They don’t have birds out in the winter, and most disappointing was no Giraffes were out. They do have plenty of...More
We finally made it in while the zoo was open. The place does close for cold temperatures so please call before you leave the house and verify they are open. Our first trip there we got less than a block away only for someone to...More
Those who have been to the Thoiry Zoofari outside Paris and expecting a similar experience would be hugely disappointed. There’s no rhino, lion, etc. It’s a pretty small place, and the number of animals is quite limited, but it’s pretty scenic, and families with young...More
This is no zoo: it is more like a farm with farm animals you can feed. The kids would love it. The young female staff members were in a bad mood first thing Sunday morning: they had very little to say and couldn't even say...More
When I heard there was a zoofari in Reston, VA I had low expectations.
But, I was completely surprised when we visited with our friends and our young kids. There was a wide variety of animals. They all looked healthy and happy.
The Park was...More
I visited the Reston zoo with my daughter and grand kids and it has been improved with new management. The farm animals have been moved , they replaced the wagon ride with a retrofitted school buses and added a camel ride . I also liked...More
Set your expectations by reading about this place before going. My “average” review doesn’t mean it’s terrible, as some have indicated. Just know before you go. Grandkids loved it. If adults are expecting The National Zoo you’re gonna be sorely disappointed. Roam around. You’ll see...More
Such a great day. It's a small zoo, but still enough for a toddler to see and enjoy and so many picnic benches to enjoy a peaceful lunch. We went on the open air bus and the driver was amazing and super friendly. We also...More