Could you use some llama love in your life? Well, you’re in luck because High Park Zoo has brought back its llama pen activities!

The zoo is free to visit and the llama meet and greets require a minimum donation of $2 to participate.

Come say hello to Honey the llama and all her pals every weekend and on statutory holidays.

You can even feed them too!

However, it’s worth noting that weather may cause some unexpected closures.

Back in 2021, High Park Zoo unveiled brand new log cabins for its llamas and capybaras to live in.

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And just last month, the zoo welcomed a brand new baby highland calf, born to the resident highland cows Heather and Fergus.

You can even vote on the baby calf’s name and the winning name will be announced on June 20th.

There are all kinds of animals to visit at the High Park Zoo including yak, reindeer, emu, bison, sheep, peacocks, and of course, adorable llamas and capybaras!

If you’re eager to spend some time with these adorable creatures, you can visit between 9 AM and 7 PM.

Be sure to stop by on weekends with your donation if you want to hang out with the llamas.

High Park Zoo: Llama Meet & Greet

When: Weekends and statutory holidays, 9 AM to 7 PM
Where: Deer Pen Road in High Park, 1873 Bloor Street West
Cost: Minimum $2 donation