Branson is home to a large amount of wonderfully entertaining shows and interactive performances. But if you are bringing the kids to Branson this spring and are looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, Branson’s Wild World needs to be on your itinerary!
At Branson’s Wild World, guests can embark on a one-of-a-kind adventure with a variety of animals. Visit the onsite aquarium to see jellyfish, eels, piranhas and sharks. The bravest of guests can even feed the bull sharks! Next, wander through the Deadly and Dangerous exhibit to view one of the Midwest’s largest collections of venomous snakes. Other creatures include spiders that will make your skin crawl, as well as deadly fish and even mountain lions! After you’re done learning about the deadly and dangerous animals, enter the Lemur playground and play with these mischievous animals (an additional fee may apply; kids must be 8 or older to enter the Lemur playground). You can then head over to Wolf Woods, where you can view a pack of British Colombian Wolves who are more than three feet tall – the only exhibit of its kind in the Midwest. Finish out your animal-viewing excursion with the Living Dinosaurs exhibit, where you can view multiple species that have defied the odds by beating extinction. Along with these prehistoric creatures, observe octopuses, lizards, crocodiles and more.
After you’ve completed your animal adventure, stick around and play a round of mini golf at Wild World’s Underwater 3D Wild Abyss Black-light Mini Golf Adventure! Complete with tanks of real fish, great artwork and interesting sea creatures, this 9-hole mini golf game is entertaining and fun for the whole family. Mini golf is included in the price of admission with the PLUS ticket option.
Branson’s Wild World is open daily from 10 am- 5 pm.
If you are looking for more to see and do, check out the complete America’s Best Campground Guest Guide here! If you need a place to stay after a long night of fun, we’re open! RV’s, cabins, or tents – we can accommodate everyone! Call 800-671-4399 to reserve your visit or book online. Be sure to like our Facebook page for updates, photos and information.