Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure in Kansas is not only where kids can have that outdoor adventure coming face to face with those amazing animals from across the world, but they can continue their learning indoors with the museum!
Let's start with the zoo - after all, it's the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure! Families can enjoy a relaxing day out as you stroll past the 100+ animals that call it home.
All of the weird and wonderful creatures that call the zoo home live in spacious, naturalistic environments over the 60 acres of landscaped park. This means they can really be themselves in what would be similar to their natural habitats. We love that!
Kids can try and count the spots on the Amur leopards, or see those unusual markings on the baboons. They can see those icons of the USA such as the brown bear, or even watch those cute sloth bears move!
Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure has creatures from the smallest rabbit, to the biggest rhinos! They will even transport you to the plains of Africa as you come across those grand African Lions!
Once you have completed your journey around the world of animals, head in to the museum where the learning continues! Here, there are 64,000 sq feet of exhibits that showcase the balance between humans, animals and nature. As soon as you enter the museum, you are transported to the African plains as the sun rises.
There are state of the art animatronic human robots that narrate the stories of the balance of life, and how it works within those beautiful landscapes that we know and love.
It's the perfect place for kids to use their imaginations, and feel like you are REALLY in these amazing landscapes across the planet!
Animals, museum exhibits - it's all happening at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure, and it's about to make your family day out a WILD one!
$6 (ages 3-12)
There are strollers to rent
Overlooking the zoo is the Overlook Restaurant, where you can enjoy grill items, salads, treats, and drinks
You can enjoy tram rides for $3/day per person! Available weekends only from Labor Day to Thanksgiving, and April 1 to Memorial Day
No visit to a zoo would be complete without a gift shop! The Safari station is filled with merchandise for those animal lovers in the family, as well as unique gifts and souvenirs for you too! The Museum also a a gift shop
School field trips are more than welcome, and receive a group discount! You can enhance your field trips with interactive expeditions and live animal classes too! They can also bring the zoo to you
There are strollers to rent
They have healthy options at the restaurants like salads!
You can rent wheelchairs for $6, which is great because the zoo is accessible!
They have seasonal activities too, from tram rides to giraffe feeding!