401 Elmwood St.
North Attleboro MA 02760
The Park is open 7 days a week dawn til dusk!
CLOSED: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day, and Inclement Weather
New Rule in affect: No outside food for the animals.
Grain Machines will be made avaliable during the daytime- For $0.25 get a handful of feed for the animals
Over the years we have been getting large amounts of people visiting the park! This makes for some really full animals, with only these grain machines we can control what and how much the animals are taking in!
Mini-Zookeeper Program Ages 3 - 5 6 weeks $30
A hands on experience including animal interaction, crafts, & more!
Summer Session July 9 Tuesdays 10:30-11:15
Junior Zoo Rangers 1st - 3rd Grade 6 weeks
Children get to learn about animals and nature, as well as playing games, and doing crafts
Summer Session Wednesdays July 10th - August 14th
Zoo Crew 4th - 8th Grade 6 weeks
Lets children explore the life of a zookeeper by arring for and learning about our animals
Summer Session Mon- Fri July 8- Aug
Facility avaliable from 11AM - 2PM
This includes a hand on experience with inside and outside animals
Jump-A-Roo Rental $75
This get set up in front of the zoo building
We will reserve an area with 4 picnic tables and trash barrels
Call for more information (508)699-0129
Things to see & do
There are plenty of things to see and do the next time you come to the Park. Bring your family and friends and spend the afternoon or the day. Remember to bring the camera!
There are a few playground areas, including the big slide in the popular Julia’s Garden for everyone to enjoy. You’ll have lots of fun at the large playground across from the fire tower. There is also a small playground for the younger kids right next to the zoo building. The newest spot is the "Beach Area" it has a little board walk and lots of sand castle toys, and shovels.
Pack a lunch and use one of the many picnic areas while you enjoy your lunch- don’t forget to bring dessert.
Come and see all your animal friends- ducks, peacocks, pheasants, deer, miniature horses, donkeys, llamas, emus, goats, sheep, pigs and more!
Walked the nature trails in the Park and Arboretum, be sure to look for signs of wildlife. Within the Park you may see wild turkeys, fox, wild deer, woodchucks, squirrels, chipmunks, and rabbits. Also, you will find many different types of birds.
Have a birthday coming up? Book your birthday party with us. We offer guided tours of animals inside and outside, Jump-a-Roo rental, & rental of the building and picnic tables. Call us today to save your date! 508-699-0129.
The WWI Memoiral Zoo was started in 1968 with only 2 deer. In 1970 a memorial was dedicated to Pvt, Edward P. Nolan as his efforts were instrumental in the establishment of the WWI Park. We now have grown to much more.
Near the Fire Tower in the playground parking lot is a great lookout point as the park is located 390 feet above sea level and is the highest point in Bristol County.
Dogs must be leashed and 30 feet back from animals fences. Please clean up after your dog!
Please help keep our park clean as litter is a chocking hazzard to our aniamals.
Do not stick fingures or arms in the animals fences as they can bite.
Please watch out for signs indicating animals dietary needs
Respect our park and animals and have a fun and safe day! :)
No outside food for the animals - what is offered at the park only.
Cat food, cat litter, laundry detergent, cleaning solutions, wash clothes, towels, blankets, cat toys or homemade toys, crates or carriers, dishes, bowls, Ferestien's gift card, Pet Smart gift card or Stop & Shop Gift Card.
To contact someone at our Zoo please call (508)-699-0129.
Please leave a message as we may be out feeding the animals. We will be sure to get back to you right away.
You can also e-mail the Zoo Keeper Allison Duquette at email@example.com