Toronto Zoo Remembrance Day Ceremony – Free Admission for Veterans
The Toronto zoos are holding it’s Annual Remembrance Day Ceremony. On Saturday, November 11, 2017, free admission for veterans and guests attending the Remembrance Day for the ceremony at 10:55 am, and 11:15 am, at the Waterside Theatre.
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Free Event One Day only: Remembrance Day
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About the Toronto Zoo
The Toronto Zoo was founded back in 1974 and is a member of the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
It’s a Nonprofit Company and is here to help educate fellow Canadians about wildlife.
OPEN Daily Except on Christmas Day to the public
Visitors Daily Range from 1000 to 10,000 each day.
Education And Camps
Children can take part in education school visits and camps at the Toronto Zoo.
Get up close and personal with plants and animals from all over the world(in a safe, controlled environment, of course).
Many kids would never get this opportunity if it wasn’t for places like the above mentioned.
It’s not just kids that can benefit from the Toronto Zoo. People of all ages can enjoy this close experience with nature.
Camps and Public Programs like Zoo Camp. They offer a wide variety of themes like baby animals, careers, plus games, crafts, and much more.
Zoo Camp lasts for an entire week. Your kids get to see and learn about hundreds of animals—everything from the giant panda and polar bears to penguins and lions. Meet Zookeepers and go behind-the-scenes for an adventure like none other.
Register your child today for an experience of a lifetime
There are also overnight camps, Parent and Tot Camps, and more. There is something for people of all ages at the Toronto Zoo.