The Zoo is located in a wooded environment, so all the animals get shade in the hot summer afternoons. Visitors enjoy a lot in the rural Preston County and see why the West Virginia Zoo is known for personal and close encounters with all our beloved animals and so many dear residents.
The West Virginia Zoo is home to more than 30 species of exotic and domestic animals worldwide. You can take beautiful photographs in such a fantastic view.
What To Do At West Virginia Zoo:
A lot of people or kids love to feed animals. So, West Virginia Zoo also offers you to feed the Giraffe, Goat, and Camel. You can buy animal food from the zoo’s gift shops, as outside animal food is not allowed for safety.
Furthermore, you can get a close view of other animals.
West Virginia Zoo Map
What Animals Are At West Virginia Zoo:
- Grizzly Bear
- White Bengal Tiger
- African Lion
- Russian Wild Boar
- Orange Bengal Tiger
- Ringtail Lemurs
- Spider Monkey
- Japanese Macaque
- Himalayan Bear
- Spotted Leopard
- African Pygmy Goat
- Black Leopard
- Miniature Donkey
- Olive Baboon
- Pot Belly Pig
- Capuchin Monkey
- Grivet Monkey
Price To Enter West Virginia Zoo:
The zoo entering cost is:
- Children (ages 3-12) = $10.99
- Adults (ages 13 & up) = $12.99
- Children (ages 2 & under) = $0
The zoo accepts MasterCard, Visa, Cash, and most travelers’ checks. It doesn’t accept personal checks, American Express, discovery, or foreign currency.