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This was our second visit. The place is nice and so are the people. Everyone in our group was offered a chance to hold the smaller alligators. The petting zoo is a big hit with the kids. There were no monkeys when we visited.
Staff are friendly. We all got to hold an alligator and learned a lot about them. The place is clean and I appreciate how well the gators are taken care of. The mammals, however could use bigger enclosures.
Since I live here, I hadn't been to the Alligator Farm in years and I do mean years.
My Austin family relatives wanted to go and to get their picture taken holding a small alligator. They loved the place and we were there for about...More
I cannot believe this place has over 60% positive reviews...where is your human decency people?!? These poor animals are in horrible conditions. There is no semblance of a pleasant or natural environment provided for them. I am ashamed this establishment got a penny of my...More
This is an small, older attraction - yes, it could use some updating, but it was reasonably priced... For us, the animals that were included in the petting zoo are things we're used to being around, but I'm sure there are children who may not...More
The animals are absolutely miserable!! The wolves really hit me hard. The ears were VERY infected - not place to eat, drink, or relax out of the sun. The alligator water look as if it hasn’t been cleaned in months. The tanks are too small...More
It was a cool experience to hold an alligator, but disappointed that all of the "up close" animals were hiding and sleeping because it was so hot. We literally paid to hold an alligator for a few minutes and pet a few animals (goats and...More
In colder months they are kept inside and might not be much to see. Also see if they have any feeding times that is fun to watch. They alligators get real active at feeding times. In warmer months they are kept outside... More
In colder months they are kept inside and might not be much to see. Also see if they have any feeding times that is fun to watch. They alligators get real active at feeding times. In warmer months they are kept outside and you can se them move around. They have a few other animals they keep outside. Then they have a inside gift shop and a outside petting zoo. I don't remember the cost but I believe if they had a website it was on their website.