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Animaland
4181 Pennsylvania 660
Wellsbro
PA
16901
Tel: 570 724 4546

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Animaland is located on Pennsylvania Route 660, just 9 miles west of Wellsboro and only 1.2 miles east of Leonard Harrison State Park at Pennsylvania's spectacular Grand Canyon.

Where are we going today?

ROAR! What's that sound? It must be the tigers at Animaland trying to say hello! Located near Leonard Harrison State Park in Pennsylvania, Animaland is home to over 200 amazing animals, from all parts of the world! There are domestic, wild and even exotic. It's a great way for kids to have incredible animal encounters, at the same time learning all about them and their habitats.

Animaland is 12 acres of beautifully landscaped paths, perfect for the whole family. The animals range from monkeys, to the bounding kangaroos, to those majestic playful big cats.

The family can enjoy a 2 mile walk through the zoo, with exhibits on 11 of the acres. The paths wind through the outdoor exhibits, with great park benches along the way for those who want to rest, or take their time.

A great place for parents to rest from all the excitement from the kids!

The journey around Animaland takes around an hour, but make sure you leave time to feed and pet the animals. That's right kids - you can FEED and PET the animals! How cool is that! Talk about hands-on zoo experiences. 

You can learn all about your favorite animals if they are there, but it's also the perfect place to learn about animals you might not have heard about before. Perhaps the Barbados Sheep or Silka Deer will become your new favorite!

With a gift shop and snack barn to really make your experience a great one, Animaland aims to give the best animal experience possible for the whole family.

Don't forget to take your camera!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$5-7
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

9am/10am open. Close 5pm/6pm. Check before you go.

May 1st to November 1 daily. Other times "weather permitting"

Teachers corner

If you want to bring the students, why not give them a call so they can assist you and get that education outside of the classroom!.

I'm Hungry!

The snack barn is the place to go if you're feeling peckish! After all, it's not just the animals who get hungry! Burgers, cheese dogs, nachos, sloppy joes and fries are just some of the treats you can get!.

Any Top Tips?

Don't forget your camera! And on those hot days, your hat as you will be outdoors. .

Need a little extra help?

The 2 mile walk is all handicapped accessible. The asphalt paved pathway winds though the outdoor zoo exhibits with park benches along the way for resting..

Can I get one of those?

There is of course a gift shop! Where else can you pick up great merchandise of the zoo AND the area, as well as great Native American items and jewelry. .

What people are saying?

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    This place would have been awesome in the 1970's. Basically a prison for animals with only a few looking like they wanted to be there...most notably the domestic cat walking around freely. It was a little sad to see a black bear caged up in less than 100 square feet when his natural habitat is right there...literally right outside his cage and he can probably smell his cousins freely walking by in the woods just beyond his cell. The tootsie rolls stuck to the goats were a nice touch. Speaking of the goats...I believe the milk for the coffee at...Read More

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    Lots of cute animals who are very friendly and it's just a mile from the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon!

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by Dave E.

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This place would have been awesome in the 1970's. Basically a prison for animals with only a few looking like they wanted to be there...most notably the domestic cat walking around freely. It was a little sad to see a black bear caged up in less than 100 square feet when his natural habitat is right there...literally right outside his cage and he can probably smell his cousins freely walking by in the woods just beyond his cell. The tootsie rolls stuck to the goats were a nice touch. Speaking of the goats...I believe the milk for the coffee at the snack bar is "local". I'm no bleeding heart naturalist but if you love animals....really care for animals...don't come to or support places like this. I'm all for ensuring species are propogated for posterity but this should be at large, fully recognized and sanctioned facilities...not animal prison freak shows like this. Sad. Old. Rough. Did I say sad already?

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