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Miller Zoo, Frampton
(3.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • A great zoo! Breathtaking! The proximity of the animals is incredible. Very impressive be 5 feet of a tiger and two lions. A place to be discovered. I have never been in a zoo where you could be as close to the animals! To return anytime. If you haven't seen this place to be discovered.
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  • I visited 9 zoos and aquariums in the last 8 years. I have seen everything, but no! I loved my visit to the Zoo Miller. I spent 4 hours, including a picnic with my parents, my sister, her husband and her 2 year old daughter. I liked the side "keep it simple" this Zoo opened only 4 years ago. It really looks to be in the back yard of the owners. Trails are laid out a bit as it comes, cages have seem to be made with the means at hand, yet still safe. The employees seemed very very young but they answered all our questions. In addition, I've seen animals that I had never seen elsewhere, including the Zebrane. In addition, I had the chance of new experiences, hear the wolves howl and see the lions on their legs. In all other zoo, they sleep. Very affordable ($ 14 per adult). Big games for children module. The pet food is expensive. $ 4 for a molded cone. Last point, I liked that some animals are free. I liked to see all like other children on the spot, 2 goats, 1 Vietnamese pig, rabbits and chickens wander freely among the crowd. And I'm 32! HIHIHI
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  • You go there on a whim... a morning with nothing planned. Relatively close to Québec(comparé a Granby ou St-Félicie) and quite affordable ($ 50 for a family of three young children) the animals are close and accessible enough. If you follow the "snacks" you are sure to see them well. Facilities, simple but that "do the job". Only negative knew you have a stroller, big mandatory wheels and roads are sometimes narrow.
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