Iida City ZooIridashidobubuten
Located on a hill overlooking the city of Iida, it breeds 50 animals of about 200 species, mainly small animals such as wallabies and squirrel monkeys.The view of the Southern Alps on a sunny day is wonderful.Penguin condor and monkey meal times are also popular.On Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, there are also events where you can feel close to animals, such as "contact" with turtles, guinea pigs, goats, and sheep, and "walnut splitting" for tufted capuchins.You can also experience feeding Japanese macaques, goats, sheep, and alpaca (starting from 100 yen).
|Name of facility||Iida City ZooIridashidobubuten|
|Address||〒395-0046Iida City Ogimachi 33|
|Museum Hours of Operation||9:00~16:30|
|Museum Holidays||Monday (the next day if a holiday), the next day after a holiday, New Year's holiday (December 12-January 29)|
|Museum Admissions Fee||Free|
|Parking Lot||36 vehicles (paid, municipal Ogimachi parking lot (free for the first hour)) * City hall parking available on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays|