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Lupa zoo, Ludlow

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Lupa Zoo is an 18acre privately owned and operated zoo located in Ludlow, Massachusetts, United States. The zoo was created by Henry Lupa, who immigrated from Poland, started a landscaping business, then a construction business, and was finally able to create the zoo.
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  • Considering one person did all this work and used everyday items for the animals habitats he did a good job.  more »
  • I brought my three kids and spent over $50.00. A small zoo with such few animals should be more affordable. I know if the cost was lower, we might visit more often. The cages weren't clean, animals lo...  more »
  • Usually visit here a few times a year at least. Overall it's a pretty nice zoo for its size and a great place to spend part of a day.  more »
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  • Small zoo. Only a few animals, but you can tell the animals are happy. The zoo has a very family run feeling (in a positive way). A fun place to walk around with the family. You could spend about 3 hours here and see everything. I loved the inside exhibits. Sloths, monkeys, and even cute little Amarillos.
  • The staff was super friendly, the animals all looked so happy. I've never been able to feed to many animals and that was awesome. Definitely coming back.
  • These animals are not kept in suitable conditions and seem to be starving and are in most cases sleeping next to their own feces. They need to hire more people to tend to the animals needs and ensure that they are taken care of properly. If this is not possible they should be shut down and release the animals back to their natural habitat. So heartbreaking!
  • Lots of animals to see and learn about and small enough that the younger ones can explore on their own without being overwhelmed like you can in some of the larger zoos. Also a fun area for them to climb and play on different animal statues which was a highlight for the kids in was with!
  • Seriously? I paid 45 dollars plus 5 dollars for food for the animals. It was like someone had a few animals and decided to charge to look through their yard. I would have given it 1 star but the staff was actually really nice.