What is there to do at The Reptile Zoo?
While visiting The Reptile Zoo guests can view hundreds of reptile exhibits displaying snakes, lizards, frogs, and tortoises from around the world.
Albino Blood Python
Calico Reticulated Python
False Water Cobra
Australian Water Python
60 lb Asian Water Monitor
Endangered Indian Python
300lb White Reticulated Python
100 lb African Spur Thigh Tortoise
Monkey Tail Skink
Green Tree Python
Gator Island: Home of Darthgator the 150lb American Alligator
Meller Manor: Free Range Chameleon Exhibit
Adventurous guests can visit our interactive booth for the opportunity to hold and interact with a few of our most popular pets which can include the Ball Python, Bearded Dragon, Sulcata Tortoise, Leopard Gecko, and several others. There are also opportunities to feed the fish and turtles in our 2,000 gallon indoor pond or feed our 100 lb tortoises their fruits and veggies. Don’t forget to stop by our Reptile Theater to watch some of our videos shot here at The Reptile Zoo.
How much is admission to The Reptile Zoo?
Entrance to The Reptile Zoo is available with a $5.00 donation.
Is there a separate admission price for children and adults?
Admission to The Reptile Zoo is always free for guests 3 and younger. All other guests are the same price.
What’s in the Reptile Zoo?
We have a photo booth where you can take pictures, animals to hold, and hundreds of other exotic reptiles to look at.
How much is it to get in?
Anyone over the age of 3 is $5.00 for all day admission and hands on activities. We also have passports available.
How much are the passports?
A 6 month pass is $19.99, an annual pass is $39.99, which includes unlimited access for the designated amount of time.
Why do we have to pay now?
We are continually expanding and improving our exhibits and displays. We are currently working on improving the smaller enclosures as well our now completed alligator exhibit. The retail portion of Prehistoric Pets is still available to view for free.
What can we hold in the Reptile Zoo?
We have a rotating variety of kid friendly pets available in the Hands-On Learning Zone which can include ball pythons, bearded dragons, leopard geckos, crested geckos, and others based on daily availability.
Can my child go in to The Reptile Zoo alone?
You're welcome to let your child tour the Reptile Zoo alone, but you are still responsible for them. Parental supervision is required at all times when interacting with reptiles, without this guests will be unable to participated at the hands-on learning zone.
Can I just go in to go to the bathroom?
A restroom pass is available for one person at a time and must be returned promptly.
Can we come back to The Reptile Zoo if we leave for lunch?
Each admission includes all day enjoyment of The Reptile Zoo. Please keep your wristband on to receive return admission.
Can we take pictures or video of animals while at The Reptile Zoo?
Yes you are welcome to take pictures and videos and we would love you to share them at www.Facebook.com/TheReptileZoo .