What is Wild Wonders?

Wild Wonders is where kids and adults can connect with animals from all over the world.  Through live tours and interactive programs, our 120 animal ambassadors and educators will take you on a dynamic adventure you won’t forget.


Our motto is “Rescue.  Educate.  Conserve”, and our educators will share the stories behind the animals, the adaptations they have to help them survive in the wild, and what conservation challenges they face.


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. 


All of our onsite Animal Experience tours are by appointment only, and must be booked through our website.  Your tour will be exclusively for your group, allowing your keeper / educator to focus only on you.

We are OPEN for Tours

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Upcoming Events


Mommy and Me

Have some special one-on-one time with our “Mommy and Me and Hedgehog Makes 3” drawing class!  You’ll meet one of our hedgehogs and then a professional artist will coach you and your little one on how to draw his portrait.

Summer Zoo Camp

Imagine how excited your kids will be when they hear about the animals they’ll be meeting at Zoo Camp!  Our 4 hour camps are fun for animal-loving kids 6-11 years old.  They begin on June 20 and will run through August 3.


Our Animal Experiences


Kids touching tortoise

Let us introduce you to animals from all over the world with our Behind the Scenes Experience.  Your keeper / educator will lead you on an interactive, educational, and fun tour of our 5-acre facility where you’ll meet and interact with many of our amazing animal ambassadors.

We also offer Animal Experiences which focus on a particular ambassador animal, such as Meet and Greet a Cheetah, Meed and Feed a Bearcat, Wallaby Walkabout, Cat Education 101, Fennec Fox and Friends, and Reptiles from Around the World.  All include the Behind the Scenes tour!


The Ultimate

Create YOUR ULTIMATE combination by SELECTING ANY two, three, or four of our Experiences to make your visit something you’ll never forget!

Wallaby Walkabout


Wallaby Walkabout

Meet a Bearcat


Meet and Feed a Bearcat

Fennec Fox


Fennec Foxes and Friends


Our Cheetahs


Hasani and Tavi

Meet our Cheetahs

Hasani and Tavi are our majestic cheetah ambassadors.  All of our unique Animal Experiences include a stop at our cheetah exercise yard where your keeper / educator will tell you more about them, their cheetah cousins in the wild, and the challenging work our conservation partners in South Africa and Botswana are doing to help stem the tide of their population decline.

Join us for our Meet and Greet a Cheetah Experience.  After a “cheetah chat” with your keeper / educator, we will bring one of the cheetahs out from his habitat on a leash!


Celebrate your Special Event at Wild Wonders


Celebration Area

If you’d like to make your next celebration event extra special, consider a Celebration VIP Behind the Scenes Tour at Wild Wonders.  You’ll get one of our private, interactive tours, a surprise visit from one of our ambassadors, and access to one of our two lovely locales to enjoy a picnic.

Brunch with a Cheetah


Let Wild Ecotours Take you to Africa and Beyond


In 2023, our subsidiary, Wild Ecotours, is offering amazing conservation-focused, small group adventures to Africa and Borneo.  Check out the nearby link for details. 


Black rhino


Our Global Conservation Partners





Trip Advisor Travel Award Winner for 2021


Wild Wonders has been recognized as a  2021 Travelers’ Choice Winner.  This achievement celebrates businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to visitors, having earned great traveler reviews on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months. As challenging as the past year was, Wild Wonders stood out by continuously delighting visitors.  Thank you to all of our visitors who submitted your experiences to Tripadvisor!

Wild Wonders is a member of the American Association of Zookeepers and accredited by the Zoological Association of America.