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Heritage Park Zoo, Prescott

#3 of 13 in Parks in Prescott
Zoo · Hidden Gem · Zoo / Aquarium
With the mission of "Conservation through Education," Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary provides a unique and up-close experience with animals that visitors may not see anywhere else.

Animals at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary all have a story to tell and a lesson to teach. Most are incapacitated and rescued from the wild or from inappropriate captive situations. At the sanctuary, the animals are respectfully displayed in natural habitats intended to educate the public on a variety of topics. Additional educational services are provided to Northern Arizona such as outreaches and guided tours of the facilities.

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is open 365 days a year!

Summer Hours

May 1 thru October 31: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Winter Hours

November 1 thru April 30: 10:00AM - 4:00PM


Members: FREE

Adults (13 - 64): $10

Seniors/Military/Students: $8

Children (3 - 12): $6

Under 3: Free

*Special Group Rates are Available!

For more information about the Sanctuary, please call us at 928.778.4242.
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  • This is a wonderful zoo with many cute animals. The staff is great and I look forward to visiting again soon. Have a great day!  more »
  • Beautiful sanctuary for animals. All animals have been rescued and/or adopted. The kids loved seeing all the animals and playing at the park.  more »
  • Great zoo. Had water fun for kids and playgrounds. It has breakfast with the bear and feeding of the animals and otherr events. Small but I loved it. Rescue animals and great grounds. Love supporting these kind of venues. Staff were knowledge and pleasant to talk with.
  • This was a great Saturday afternoon!! It's not huge so you really do get very close to the animals. It's very affordable and would be a really good outing with the family. The mountain lion is a rehab animal and she is beautiful. There would be no way to release hey into the wild due to some idiot having her de-clawed. The bears are beautiful as well. You can get very close, safely, but still close. We will definitely be back this fall when the weather cools down a little. Worth it! Go enjoy the sanctuary. They are doing good work there.

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