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Animal Adventures, Bolton

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
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  • My Grandson loves animals and I found this place on the Internet. While it is a little pricy for the extreme adventure I went with it. We drove over an hour to go. When we arrived, I was not impressed...  read more »
  • For my son's birthday this year we were gifted with a private tour. My family was able to interact with a wallaby, an armadillo, chinchillas, tortoises, a bearded dragon, an alligator, goats, skunks, ...  read more »
  • My family and I visited this place because we had a Groupon. From the outside it didn't look like much, however we had a wonderful experience. The employees were extremely knowledgeable and helpful. M...  read more »
  • Pro's: - Staff were kind and seemed relatively knowledgeable - An interesting selection of animals from all over - Presentation by young woman was great, allowed safe interaction with the animals and was great with taking and answering questions throughout - Self-guided tour allows viewing and reading about the animals at your own pace Con's: - A number of enclosures seemed very small for the animal - Many signs missing on the background of the animal. A few had them, but most did not and would help and add to learning - A few enclosures looked a bit haphazardly pieced together. I'm sure they're secure, but did look questionable in spots - More signage in general, particularly in reptile room. Had to search to find what the animal was for some, since sign was tiny. Others appeared to lack any at all - Back outdoor section was not wheelchair accessible. I saw no ramp and required stepping down 3-4 steps with no railing - Animals in back appeared to have veg just thrown on the ground in random spots, some where people are walking Overall, nice place to interact with some animals you might not otherwise get to, some issues, friendly and fairly knowledgeable staff, small and could use some work, but fun spot to take kids for a few hours.
  • So let start off by staying the reviews on this place are horrible like come on people open your eyes... Ya of course somebody is going to give them five stars for taking their pet, but as for an educational stand point the people are all young don't know most common facts about certain animals owners obviously don't care that their name is attached to a place like this the employees treat the animals horribly no water outside dried out brown whatever it was for the turtles no cool air for foxes along with no water and do I dare bring up how some of the animals living habitats where they where falling apart some put together with duck tape and zip ties very dirty and MOLD everywhere!!! Not a suitable place for children especially a touchy toddler!!!! I had spoken to whom every the lady at the front desk was about my feelings and I was told no lie "if you don't like it leave" I said well mama children are here she said " well what do you want me to do about that" At that point I had enough and left please do yourself and your family a favor and if you want to help animals send them a check, they obviously need it!!!
  • I had a great time on the Extreme Tour. The animal interactions were amazing. The zookeeper that gave us the tour was awesome with a lot of information on the animals. I would recommend to everyone. I can't wait to go again!!! 💜❤🐍❤🐢❤🐸❤🐒❤🐉❤🐊💜
  • Came here with vouchers from groupon! Paid $11 general admission for 2 people. (Or $21 for a group of 4) The place is really really small, but it's definitely worth going. They had a show and brought out 6 animals and explained about their habitat, ect. Also walked through to let everyone pet them if they wanted. She brought out a chinchilla, a snake, a gargoyle gecko (I believe), a bearded dragon, a ferret and a skunk! It was a great show and a lot of the little kids love it. General admission is self guided so you can walk around wherever. We got to pet goats, bunnies (you can go in the pen with them!) there was a rooster running around too lol, and more! If I had known about the extreme tour before buying general admission tickets I would have. But now I know for next time! The extreme tour they have a tour guide with you to educate you and also you get to hold most of the animals. It's more expensive but I will definitely be coming back to do that to get more one-on-one interaction with the animals! I recommend coming here it's not just for kids but adults too!!
  • For a place that says that they rescue animals the conditions of the animal enclosures are repulsive. I paid $84 to see a huge tortoise hundreds of years old in a small fish tank with barely any space to move itself around. Tucans enclosed in a small cage with no windows or natural light. They say the are an educational facility but all I learned there is how not to treat an animal. I felt uncomfortable. Also, I later noticed they are a "Creationist Museum" they have posters up showing how our world is only 4,000 years old. Confusing to me because they neglect to mention this on their website. They must feel they are doing something "good and noble" but it's far from it. I just cannot get out of my head when the presenter said her words "Even scientists can be wrong" as we left the saddest animal museum I have ever set foot on.
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