The Racine Zoo is a zoo situated on 32 acres (13 ha) on the shore of Lake Michigan in Racine, Wisconsin. With more than 100 species of animals, the zoo's collection focuses on species native to Wisconsin, including a room dedicated to reptiles and amphibians indigenous to the state.
(*) Denotes education program animals not normally on exhibit
The zoo's grounds are also home to a playground, a children's zoo, and a hands-on discovery center; free Sunday band concerts and the Animal Crackers Jazz Series are held during the summer. The Racine Zoo operated as a free-admission attraction until January 2007, when fiscal needs required the introduction of an admission fee.