Wildlife Learning Center

Los Angeles, CA

Where are we going?

Wildlife Learning Center
16027 Yarnell St
CA 91342

818 362 8711

What is there to do?

The Wildlife Learning Center is a great place for kids to get up close to rescued and zoo-born animals, understand their story, their behavior, habitats, and most importantly how they should be treated.  And they're cute!

Over 70 species call this center home, from around the world.  It's always fun to walk around and try and guess where they call home before you have a look!  Do you think you would be able to tell?

The center is also more than a zoo - here they can enjoy a shady, natural environment rather than concrete enclosures.  So in other words, they are very happy animals!

Kids can learn all about how the animals were used as illegal pets, or injured to the point they sadly can't return home into the wild.

The center aims to teach visitors the value of conservation as they try and raise funds for wildlife education, so it's also a great cause!

They have a whole heap of cute and adorable animals, including the mischievous lynx, sweet arctic foxes and cute kinkajous - one of our favorites! 

On the hour across the afternoon, their knowledgable and friendly staff offer fascinating and fun training talks, where kids can get up close and interactive with some cute critters!

If you want the animals to help celebrate your birthday, they hold parties where you and your friends can actually hang out with some furry friends, and even pat them!  And if that's not cool enough, kids aged 5 - 9 can join their summer camps where you even have the chance to be a REAL zookeeper! Pretty awesome!


How much does it cost?

Adults: $7

Children: $6 (Under 13)

Discount: Veterans and Seniors- $6

Free Under: 2


Need a little extra help?

If you do have special needs, just give them a call to check what help they can give you!


When can we go?

7 Days a week, 11am - 5pm

Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving


Any top tips?

Don't forget your camera!

Healthy Eating

It never hurts to have some bottled water with you!

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