Roos2U Moving to Texas, Last Day is May 16th

Roos2U Moving to Texas, Last Day is May 16th

Roos2U in Germantown has been providing residents with the opportunity to see, interact with, and learn about kangaroos, wallabies, emus, degus, and more.

Their time in Germantown is coming to an end later this month, as they’ve decided to move to Texas.

The educational experience involving macropods that involved bottle feeding, photo opportunities, handing out treats, and even the opportunity to hold a joey will hold its last tour (appointment only) on Sunday, May 16th.

They are all booked but are accepting emails for the waitlist at [email protected] if you provide them with the date and time you’re interested in, in case of a last minute opening.

We visited back in the summer of 2019 you can check check our highlights from our visit to Roos2U here.

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