Miller Zoo

Miller Zoo, Frampton: Address, Phone Number, Miller Zoo Reviews: 4/5

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121 reviews
Excellent
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Very good
46
Average
12
Poor
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Terrible
4

Greg A
Quebec City, Canada113 contributions
A pleasant afternoon
Sep. 2018 • Family
This zoo used to be a shelter for abandonned / injured animals. It is a great initiative and we are happy to support it. We got to pet black wolves, wow ! They have "Buddy" the 3-legged black bear and other rescued animals. The 3 hours we were there just flew by. Worthwhile visit.
Written September 1, 2018
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le-papa-razzi
Quebec City, Canada93 contributions
Small and beautiful
Sep. 2015 • Friends
This is a new zoo (since 2013) but is being (and still is) a shelter for animals. You will see a Moose, pigs, wolves, lion and more! 2 Picnic areas are available. Dont expect bells and whistle and waterpark!... just a nice small straight forward zoo. Bring your kids and they will feed the animals.
Oh, BTW, you may have to step over Boris the pig to buy your ticket.

No restaurant onsite!
Written September 6, 2015
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Giannifox
Gatineau, Canada193 contributions
A great zoo with immense potential
Jul. 2015 • Couples
I visited this attraction with my sister. On our arrival, we were greeted by two Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, which was kind of unusual. After that, we entered the zoo.
Now, we knew that part of the zoo served as a wildlife rehabilitation center, so we weren't surprised to see baby raccoons and deer. But there's more than that: a baby lion and tiger, a Swinhoe's pheasant, wolves,... among other animals.
Only a few criticisms: the thick-meshed wiring on the cages made photographing the animals a little complicated; and they hadn't put any English translations for the information texts.
A few empty cages indicates that this place will get bigger. I can't wait to go back.
Written July 5, 2015
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