Edisto Island Serpentarium

Edisto Island, SC

Where are we going?

Edisto Island Serpentarium
1374 SC-174
Edisto Island
SC 29438

843 869-1171

What is there to do?

It's all about those beautiful reptiles at the Edisto Island Serpentarium in South Carolina!

In fact, it's the first true serpentarium in the state!

It's here that reptiles can be recognised, preserved and studies, so kids can learn about these amazing creatures from all around the world!

With indoor and outdoor facilities, the Edisto Island Serpentarium really gives families a great, in-depth look at these mis-understood species. Kids can see snappy alligators and adorable turtles swim and play in the large outdoor ponds. These can be found in their beautiful outdoor gardens.

You might even see some other reptiles bask in the large indoor solarium!

Also inside, there are plenty of snakes from all over the world to be admired up close, with many of them representing the most important species of reptiles in the Americas. See how great the wildlife of the USA is!

Of course, if kids have any questions (and we know they will!), there are always friendly staff on duty ready to answer them. 

It's a great way for the family to be educated on these beautiful creatures. The more you understand them, the less fearful you need to be! A great learning experience for all.

So why not scale on down to the Edisto Island Serpentarium for your next family day out, and come face to face with some pretty amazing creatures!


How much does it cost?

Adults: $14.95

Children: $10.95 (Ages 4-12)

Discount: Seniors $13.95

Free Under: 3 years


Need a little extra help?

Just give them a call to check the accessibility of the venue, they will be happy to help!


When can we go?

Open 10am. Close varies 4pm to 6pm pending season.

Season opens late March, ends TBA. Open days vary on season so check online ahead


Any top tips?

Check out the myths and truths page on the website, it's a great start for kids to learn!

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