This is a great museum if you are into taxidermy and seeing how the animals would look in their environment. There are all kinds of animals and insects and they are done well. It is a big scale of the small one or two animals you see stuffed at the park visitor center. My son and husband thought it was great, but my daughters and I were quite disgusted and could not help but think all of those animals were killed. We liked the real animals--very friendly, well kept and happy deer, rabbits and chickens that we fed after given some corn by the nice museum curator. The animals had a big pen with lots of shade and houses and were fat and sweet. They also had a cute, fat donkey that was adorable. The bathroom was clean and the place was air-conditioned. The guys running it were nice. It cost us $7/adult and $5 for kid, so was a bit pricey for our family. The price was not posted so I expect that it changes depending on how you negotiate.
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