Farm Babies Are Back At The Minnesota Zoo
More and more things are opening up and available to the general public including the Farm Babies at The Minnesota Zoo. Farm Babies are back through May 16. Get your fill of baby piglets, llamas, calves, chicks and more. Event tickets are limited, but you can see all your favorites online anytime with new videos, live web cam which you can watch 24/7, and photos!
My personal favorite is all the fuzzy little babies like goats, lamas and lambs, but the piglets are pretty cute too. The Zoo was under a lot of restrictions and even was closed for a period of time due to the COVID-19 Pandemic but thankfully they are reopened and have exhibits such as this one back open to the public.
The farm baby exhibit does not cost extra it is all part of the general admission into the zoo and is open rain or shine. Some of the babies are kept indoors for warmth but can be viewed through the barn doors. For the kids they offer crafts that you can find on their website and also offer an education piece to learn more about the importance of pollinators.
For the adults they offer an Adult Night Out with cocktails and the baby farm animals. This event is 18+ and offers The Feces Fling, Zoo Vet: Farm Edition and Fire Pits and Friends. The Cost is $10 for Members and $20 for Non-Members and is offered on special dates. Plus Moonlight Yoga is Saturday, April 24 from: 8-9 pm - Age: 16+
Cost: $14 members / $18 non-members.
To learn more about the baby farm animals at the Minnesota Zoo click on their website! I know for a fact that the next time I am in the Twin Cities I need to make a point to check out the Minnesota Zoo and this will be the first exhibit that I stop at.
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