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What to Expect

Thank you for a great 2019 tour season! Look for our 2020 tour availability coming this spring!

Touring the sanctuary is more than just getting to know the animals, it’s an immersive experience that fosters compassion and more humane living. When you tour with the Zoology Foundation, you’ll learn all about our residents’ stories, from how they got here to what they like to eat, what makes them happy, and what makes them sad. Animals, like humans, experience a wide range of emotions, and visiting our sanctuary is one of the best ways to experience that first hand. Plus, they love the extra attention they get when the public comes to visit!

Tours typically last two hours, and offer an interactive component with our residents. You’ll be introduced to the animals, hear their stories, and can even try to get Toogie the tortoise to dance. As we are a working farm, for your safety and the safety of the animals, we ask that you wear close-toed, flat shoes and dress appropriately for the weather – it could be muddy in some spots.

Come Visit

Public tours are available, April through October, in groups of up to 12 guests per time slot. If you have a smaller group, you may be touring with others for up to 12 per tour. Go to Fareharbor schedule your tour. Available dates change with the seasonal demands.

We also offer group tours for schools, non-profits, senior centers, basically any group over 12 people. If you are a school looking for information about field trips, please learn more on our field trip page. All group tours are set up individually so please contact us at info@zoologyfoundation.org or call 303-951-8813 to set up your special group tour.

Schedule Tour

TOUR PRICING:

  • $20/adult (18-59)
  • $15/seniors (60+)
  • $12/child (3-17)
  • Free for 2 and under

*Please contact us directly for special non-profit, group rates

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FAQs

Will I get to meet the animals?

Yes, you will!
On our tours, you’ll learn all about our residents’ stories, from how they got here to what they like to eat, what makes them happy, and what makes them sad.

What should I wear?

As we are a working farm, for your safety and the safety of the animals, we ask that you wear close-toed, flat shoes and dress appropriately for the weather – it could be muddy in some spots.

How long is the tour?

Our tours typically last about 2 hours.

Where are you located?

We are at the Zoology Foundation at Crooked Willow Farms

10554 South Perry Park Road
Larkspur CO, 80118

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