• Please review our current Health & Safety Updates (FPZ and SZ) before your visit.
• Non-Members: Online reservations are required for admission tickets.
• Members: Advance reservations for daytime admission are not required. Members can check in at the admissions gate with their member cards and/or a photo ID.

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Attractions

tortoise feedsStone Zoo Tortoise Encounter & Feeding


Hang out with Stone Zoo's African spurred tortoises in this up-close and personal feeding experience! Learn all about our shelled superstars while you feed them some tasty produce.

Purchase Tickets


When:
20-minute feeding sessions take place at Stone Zoo at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. daily.

Price: $60 per feeding session of up to six guests. To allow for social distancing, only two people at a time are permitted in the feeding area at a time. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Online reservations must be made in advance. Please note, general admission tickets are required in addition to tortoise feeding tickets. 

tortoise feed

Where: Meet our staff at Stone Zoo’s front gate 10-15 minutes before your scheduled encounter. Please note: At this time, tortoise feeds are not offered at Franklin Park Zoo.

Weather: This special opportunity is weather-dependent. In the case of rain, the feeding will be cancelled and tickets may be refunded or exchanged for another day.

Health & Safety:

  • Safety protocols must be followed while within the Zoo, including the use of a face covering. View our FAQ page for full details. 
  • Close-toed shoes are recommended.

Please note, the tortoises move at their own special pace, so we cannot guarantee their activity level during your feeding session. There will be no direct touching or contact with our reptile friends, but we do hope you have a great time meeting them up close!


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Slide, climb and swing your way through this colorful attraction that is, quite literally, the playground of your kids' dreams. The playground’s design is based off of elements from drawings made by children asked to put crayons to paper to create their dream playground. Those sketches have now become a reality, so come live the dream!