After dragging our three children all over trying to find it, there were very few parking spaces. I did not realize it would be so crowded. When we climbed our way to the entrance, we were curtly greeted and having shown our membership card, our maps were practically thrown at us, so they weren't happy that we didn't need to pay and just pointed the way in. No further information was given. I like to give nature centers the benefit of the doubt because they don't get a lot of funding, but we did pay for membership so we felt we were unfairly treated. It was nice otherwise and there were a good variety of animals although most were sleeping, but it was probably that time of day. There are plans for another exhibit opening this summer but we'll have to see it during another visit. Also, no bats. The brochure advertised that there were bats, but there are none. It would have been nice to see them. The otters, Obi and Olive were really cute and you can watch them on their own web cam if you can't view them due to the crowd.