Announcing our Africa 2019 Ecoventure!
Created expressly for Animal Professionals, or those who are looking at this field, this budget-friendly trip is a phenomenal opportunity to see Kruger National Park and connect with conservationists on the front lines. Click HERE for more details.
An after dark tour of Wild Wonders??? YES! Join us for an entertaining one hour tour that focuses on our nocturnal animals. See what and hear what happens after we’ve all usually gone home. Click HERE or on the photo above for more information and tickets.
NEW! The “Ultimate” Animal Experience
You asked for it! Several of our guests told us they had difficulties choosing between MEET AND FEED A BEARCAT, WALLABY WALKABOUT with Piper, or CAT TRAINING 101 with Siri or Tiani. We now offer the “Ultimate” interactive animal experience that combines all three!
Still can’t get enough? Add our optional MEET AND GREET A CHEETAH experience!
And, as always, each interactive animal experience comes with a full tour of our facility.
All tours and experiences benefit the animals at Wild Wonders and our global conservation partners. Thank You!
You can get more details HERE, or by clicking the photo above.
Wild Wonders is where kids and adults can “tame” their curiosity for “wildlife”. Through live tours and interactive programs, our 120 animal ambassadors and educators will take you on a dynamic adventure you won’t forget.
Our goal is to excite the public and foster a desire to preserve and learn about wildlife and the important role they play in the planet we share.Learn More!
If you have a budding Zookeeper 14 years of age or older, have them spend a one-on-one session with one of our Keepers in the Zookeeper Mentor Program. Available all year.Find Out More!
Offered all year, the Family Zoo Camp is a three hour experience for the animal loving family.Find Out More!
Watch this location on our home page to learn about the newest members of the Wild Wonders family.
Meet the New Kids!
Wild Wonders is a member of the American Association of Zookeepers and is accredited by the Zoological Association of America.