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Had an opportunity to visit many times & check out the different animals & creatures they have. Staffing is excellent & well informed & Gary is amazing. Lots of groups go thru & what an learning experience for the little ones.
I had an opportunity to take my brother to the Safari. We had an awesome time seeing the wide range of exotic animals! Take your children as they will like the place. Adults will also find it interesting.
I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of animals they had housed. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Great place to teach kids about animals and how to care for every living creature on earth. They educate people why it's important to know...More
I took my 2 young grandsons to Urban Safari over Spring break and we had an enjoyable and informative visit. There certainly are many birds, lizards, snakes, spiders, turtles etc to look at and learn about. Though I appreciate the great work of the Society...More
The small fee for entry goes to a resourceful use. Taking care of the rescue animals and promoting education in the care of creation.... The staff were very friendly and very much interested in showing us and others around with a wealth of information. It...More
brought our 8 year old and 5 year old grandsons. Got to seen so many different species of bugs , snakes and turtles. The gal that took us around was so pleasant and answered all the questions the boys gave her. Lots of fun.
I had driven by this establishment many times, but had never stopped, until a visiting 12 year old niece and her mother made us their de facto tour guides. So this venue came onto list of things to do.
The reptile exhibit here was far...More
I'm not sure how much of an actual rescue it is? We thought it smelled quite bad and did not seem well cleaned or maintained for the animals. It was interesting, but would like to see better accommodations for the animals. Some of the snakes...More