We now return with our grandchildren who love this place as much as their parents did when they were children. The staff is assisted by many volunteers (middle & high school students), most of whom are knowledgable and seem to like kids. They take the animals out and allow the kids to touch & handle them. If you plan to go more than one time, think about getting a family membership. It's relatively inexpensive & helps to support this great organization. Only problem is that they have parties downstairs (maybe still bring animals to an at-home party, and often many of the animals are not available).
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