Celebrate Spring Break in the Wildest Way Imaginable at Animal World & Snake Farm Zoo!

New Show Schedule

Be sure to check out our Spring Break Show Schedule. It’s packed full of interactive and educational shows that take place every 30 minutes.  In addition to our fan-favorite shows like the Carnivore Feeding and Tales of the Scales, we’ve also added some new shows to the line up, like our Scent-sational Skunk Show! Visit the calendar on our website and plan your visit!

New Animals

Join us in welcoming the newest residents here at Animal World & Snake Farm Zoo — Klarissa the Baby Camel and Huey, Dewey, and Louie the Ostriches!
Katerina the Camel will be making her debut during select Little Safari Shows. You can visit our ostrich trio at the Two Rivers Mining Company. Be sure to purchase feed for the Ostriches!

New Mining Packages

Everyone loves panning for treasure at the Two Rivers Mining Company! In addition to our classic Gemstone and Fossil options, we will now be selling a Patriot Bag and Bonanza Bucket. This activity is perfect for the rock-enthusiast in your family. While you’re there, be sure to say hello to our bison, longhorn, and ostriches!

 

Be sure to RSVP to our Facebook Event for the latest updates!


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is the cost of admission to Animal World & Snake Farm Zoo for this event?
A: The cost of admission is $12.75 (plus tax) for individuals 13 years of age and older, $9.75 (plus tax) for children 3-12 years of age, and little ones 2 & under are free! We also have discounts available for Military (with ID) and Seniors (Age 55 & older).

Q: Will Private Animal Encounters be available during Spring Break?
A: Yes! Please be sure to schedule your Private Encounter at least 24 hours in advance. To reserve your encounter or for more information, visit our Animal Encounters page.

Q: Will the animals be outside if it’s cold during the event?
A: Absolutely. Many of our animals (like the wolves and mountain lions), love the brisk winter weather! If you’d like to learn more about how we prepare our critters for cold weather and which animals you can expect to see out on cooler days, click here.

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