Cosley Zoo

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Cosley Zoo
Cosley Zoo sign.jpg
The main sign
LocationWheaton, Illinois, USA
Land areaacres (20,200 m²)
Coordinates41°52′41″N 88°07′15″W / 41.8781°N 88.1208°W / 41.8781; -88.1208Coordinates: 41°52′41″N 88°07′15″W / 41.8781°N 88.1208°W / 41.8781; -88.1208

Cosley Zoo is an AZA-accredited zoo. It is in Wheaton, Illinois. It is a part of the Wheaton Park District. Families and individuals can come in for free. The zoo area is 5 acres (2 hectares) of land. It is built on the site of a historic train station. There are domestic animals. There is also wildlife that is native to Illinois.

The zoo runs many programs for children. For example, they have programs like Junior Zookeepers, birthday parties, and holiday events.

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