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The Wameru Zoo was established 25 years ago and has a collection of over 1800 animals from all 5 continents; many are endangered species, which is why Wameru opened its facilities to the public, to promote education, and animal research and preservation.

It’s the only zoo in Querétaro and an excellent option for a day out with your family. 

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Hours

Open 365 days a year from 10:00 to 17:00 hrs.

Activities

Train rides, pony rides, llama rides. Feeding the animals and Safari picture.

Children workshops. 

Useful information

Costs:
Ages 11 and older: $80 pesos

Ages 2 to 10: $60 pesos

INAPAN ID: $70
Parking: $15

Contact information
www.zoowameru.com.mx
Email: contacto@zoowameru.com.mx
Cel. 044 (442) 239-1582

More information

There are special entrance fee discounts for school groups and organizations. 

Tips

The Wameru Zoo hosts several company events, nocturnal safaris, gala dinners, and birthday parties. 

Recommendations

A good option for the road is to try the delicious grilled corn sold next to the highway.

After a fun exploration of the zoo, you can visit the souvenir shop to remember your visit.

 

How to get there

The Wameru Zoo is on the Bernal-Cadereyta highway in El Marqués. It’s located 10 minutes away from Queretaro City, and can be easily accessed from the Mexico-Queretaro federal highway heading towards the International Airport of Queretaro.

If your reference point is Queretaro’s bus terminal, you can choose different routes to get there. You can head towards Tequisquiapan, Ezequiel Montes, Colón, Tolimán, Bernal, Cadereyta, and in 15 minutes you’ll be at the Zoo. 

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Name: Querétaro Lindo
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Town: Santiago de Querétaro
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Town: Ezequiel Montes
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Town: Santiago de Querétaro
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Town: Santiago de Querétaro
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Name: Vanguardia Turística Querétaro
Address: Plaza Zimapán No. 72
Colony: Plazas del Sol
Town: Santiago de Querétaro
Phone: (442) 313 1270
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