Roger Williams Park Zoo opens new exhibit “Faces of the Rainforest”!
Experience the South American Rainforest in Rhode Island!
Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, RI will officially open its eagerly awaited exhibit, “Faces of the Rainforest” on Thursday, November 29!
You will get excited when you see the South American giant river otter. Wait until you meet the Titi monkeys who mate for life, and can typically be seen sitting or sleeping in pairs with their tails intertwined. Of course, a howler monkey’s cry, often heard at a distance of up to two or three miles away, will keep you amazed as you walk through this new exhibit.
Whether you are interacting with toucans and troupials (troupials are a large passerine bird species found in Central America and tropical South America) inside the exhibit’s free-flight aviary or viewing an anaconda and colorful tropical fish, this immersive wildlife experience will take you on a journey to the depths of the Amazon Rainforest.
Adults and children will discover how these diverse species, big and small, create the complex ecosystem rainforests thrive on, and learn what we can all do to ensure they survive.
Daily General Zoo Admission
Children (ages 2-12)…… $12.95
Seniors (ages 62+)…….. $15.95
Toddlers one & younger…… FREE
Zoo Members…………………… FREE
Roger Williams Park Zoo
1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence RI