We walked in and the place is filthy, they just sell tourist trap junk, some of it looked like second hand crap bought at flea marklets
First off, I want to say the animals are NOT miserable, and they get fed plenty otherwise they would have been dead since the first time I have seen them I have been going here for at least 10 years. The animals get fed also when people walk around with their animal snacks as well. Anyways. I love the ice... More
This place is awesome. One of the most unique places i have ever been. If you want tons of inexpensive fun for you and your kids this is the place. There are parrots, monkeys, aquariums, a dinosaur exhibit, citrus fruit, a game room, and lots of surprises around every corner .Plus their zoo has the friendliest emu on Earth. My... More
I couldn't agree more with Annie W. of Spring Hill. The cages that the animals were kept in were far too cramped. Peacocks in a cage etc! The zoo area should be closed down and the animals re-housed.
Odd funky place with old Florida feel. There were unusual sodas and candies that brought back my childhood! It was brutally hot the day we were there and only the fish tank area had a/c. I hate to see animals in cages, but these guys seemed well taken care of. The pigs and goats were little beggers so make sure... More
Let me start off by saying $5 for adults $ 4 for kids $ 3 bucks for animals, best spent money. This attraction has over 150 animals ranging from pigs, rabbits, zebra, alligators, donkeys, birds, fish, and so many more. You can have the animals eat right out of your hand, you grab your food and adventure around the place.... More
This place is out of the past! Back before Disneyland and others, these little places were something to do with the kids. Not much has changed at Boyett's Grove in the last twenty or so years. It is an interesting stop and is free unless you go into the animal area.
Great place! everything that you know that is Florida tourism funk. Jelly's, citrus fruit , rubber toys, key chains...too much to list, and a history of the orange industry and a zoo and FUNKY gallery! For everyone!
We fell in love as soon as we pulled up to this place. The huge tree out front looked like it was the taking over the building. My family and I spent about three hours here and enjoyed every minute. The gift shop had items that I didn't even know I wanted. There was even an art gallery and a... More
We were heading west and our daughter spotted an old run down sign pointing down the road for a shark. We were all curious so off we went. NOT at all what we expected. It was like we stepped back in time as soon as we walked in the door. We spent a good two hours here... not at all... More
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