Brantford Twin Valley Zoo Now Open for Season as One of Top Attractions in Ontario

Brantford, Canada, May 18, 2013 --( The Brantford Twin Valley Zoo officially opened for the summer season on May 4. Hundreds of guests were able to enjoy the great sunshine that greeted the venue’s 2013 opening. This year, the zoo is expected to bring in thousands of visitors from across the cities of Ontario to delight in the sights and sounds of some nature’s most interesting creatures.

Twin Valley Zoo has become one of the leading tourist hot spots in the area thanks to the constantly changing array of animals they have on display. One recent addition to their zoo family is their baboons. The Zoo has recently opened up their zoo exhibit to the public in order to highlight the fascinating behavior of these majestic animals as they interact with one another and delight in their natural environment. The baboon exhibit will be open all year to guests at the Zoo and so those who wish to see these monkeys with their own eyes can book a trip to Twin Valley Zoo either through the Zoo’s website or by contacting the venue directly and speaking with an on-site specialist.

With an exciting 2013 summer season ahead, Twin Valley Zoo is currently offering a great range of attractions to delight children and adults of all ages. Consider for example their on-site petting zoo. This petting zoo area provides safe confines for young children to learn how to interact with animals. It features pygmy goats that are exceptionally friendly and sociable and gives children the opportunity to feed the animals and play alongside them.

Another of the popular features for young children at the Brantford Twin Valley Zoo is the Zoo’s pony rides. Available for just $1 per ride, the pony rides give young children the opportunity to ride and interact with ponies while supervised by one of the Zoo’s trusted and qualified employees.

There’s a world of fun awaiting every visitor to Twin Valley Zoo this year. To learn more about this leading attraction in Ontario, contact the team at the Zoo directly or visit their facility website at
Twin Valley Zoo
Tom Stallman