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Hours:Hours Vary see below
In/Outdoor:Outdoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Zoos & Aquariums
Other Ideas: New England Aquarium: Boston; Butterfly Landing at Franklin Park Zoo; The Butterfly Place; Southwick's Zoo; Capron Park & Zoo

lupa zoo photoThis family-friendly, non-profit wildlife facility dedicated to promoting appreciation and respect for the conservation of animals and their ecosystems; while offering enjoyable, educational and family-oriented experiences in an urban recreational setting.

Children can look forward to seeing monkeys, otters, camels, and zebras; and the Family Farm gives kids the chance to see domestic animals up close and touch goats, sheep and other animals.

Kids always love to take home a souvenir of their Lupazoo visit.

The Lupazoo Store at the Western barn by the main entrance offers a wide selection of high-quality merchandise ranging from realistic miniatures to books on animal science.

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From zebras to otters to camels to monkeys and more theres always fun here for the whole family!

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Weather permitting the Zoo is open everyday.
10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily

*Closed on Easter and Thanksgiving.


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www.lupazoo.org

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62 Nash Hill Road, Ludlow, MA, 02051 map
Phone: (413) 583-8370

From east
I-90 take Springfield exit 6 through toll booth, right onto Burnett Road for 2.6 miles, left at traffic light onto West Street for 1 mile, turn right onto Nash Hill Road and the entrance is on your left about 5/10 mile.

From west
I-90 Ludlow exit 7 through toll booth, right onto Center Street for 8/10 mile, turn left onto Rood Street near Randall's Market, go for 1.2 miles and turn left onto Nash Hill Road, entrance is 3/10 mile on right.

From the south or north
I-91 take I-291 to Burnett Road for 2.6 miles, left at traffic light onto West Street for 1 mile, turn right onto Nash Hill Road and the entrance is on your left about 5/10 mile.

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  • Most children seem eager to see monkeys and bears, and the Family Farm gives kids the chance to see domestic animals up close and touch goats, sheep and other animals.

  • Parents, teachers or guardians must keep children under close supervision at all times. Adults cannot place infants or young children on exhibit railings or allow them to cross over or under barriers.
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5-starOutstanding
I was completely amazed by this zoo. i took my 2 kids a few weeks ago. Everything was really close together so they didn't get bored. It had a home feeling. It is proudly maintained by a family and their staff. Easy to get to off the MassPi,ke. Well worth the stop
5-starWonderful
I was at the zoo last year for the first time with my two grandchildren and I have to say I was truly impressed with the variety of animals and there were so many to see. I am spreading the word about Lupa zoo, so expect more people from CT. to show up. Doing a wonderful job and thanks for being there.

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