It's time to get WILD in New Braunfels with Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo!
Here, the mission of this animal-tastic experience is to protect biodiversity, as well as promote animal welfare AND encourage sustainable living practices - all to empower communities to care about our planet and our wildlife.
Could you ask for a more inspiring learning experience for the family!?
Their goal is to use education and conservation to create a diverse, thriving and sustainable natural world - and YOU can be a part of it!
Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo is home to one of the most diverse collections of animals - from the fluffy, to the feathered, from the hairy and even the scaly! In fact, Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo is home to one of the most diverse snake collections in the entire USA!
This wildlife attraction is the perfect place for kids to get up close to the weird, the wonderful and the captivating. Have you ever seen an Albino American Alligator in person? Have you ever met at Binturong (or even heard of one!?)
From the gorgous Clouded Leopards to the striking Burmese Python, and even the adorable Fennec Fox, Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo is a unique and unforgettable experience perfect for the whole family.
Don't miss some of the animal experiences offering some hands-on encounters with some amazing creatures!
So why not get WILD in New Braunfels for your next family day out? You never know who you might just make friends with!
Coming from Austin, take IH-35 South and take exit 183 (Engel Road). They are located on the right-hand side of the access road.
Coming from San Antonio, head north on IH-35 and take exit 183 (Solms Road). Make a U-Turn and head south on the access road.
$15.99 (Ages 3 to 12)
Seniors and Military $18.99
You can pick up gifts, apparel, merchandise and more in their shop!
Service animals are allowed in the zoo, though they are not permitted to enter the petting zoo.
Don't feed the animals, and also make sure you respect them. Do not yell at or taunt the animals, do not bang on their enclosures and do not throw objects into their habitats.