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Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo

Fort Rickey Children's Discovery Zoo is a family destination that offers engaging animal interactions with fun activities for kids of all ages

1-315-336-1930
5135 Rome-New London Road
Rome, NY 13440
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Fort Rickey Children’s Discovery Zoo is a family destination that offers engaging animal interactions with fun activities for kids of all ages.


Along with exhibits of native and exotic animals, Fort Rickey offers hands-on animal shows, a petting zoo with tame deer, and a maternity ward for baby goat cuddling. Other attractions for kids include a giant tube and tunnel maze with ball crawl and a spectacular Fall Fun Festival in October.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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