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Branson's Promised Land ZOO, Branson
(3.9/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
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  • Just a few steps off the strip, this is a great getaway. It is rather small as others have noted but it works. The spaces seem to work for the animals and the paths are well constructed. It has an int...  more »
  • This is a small privately owned zoo. Mostly small animals and a great place for small children. Lower your expectations and enjoy your kids and grandkids. 
  • This little zoo is great. It has a lot of animals and is very well kept. The have shows that allow the kids to be hands on with smaller animals. they also have a parakeet house where parakeets are loo...  more »
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  • This is a smaller zoo, but you get super up close with the animals and get to touch and feed most of them. I never thought in a million years I would have gotten to pet and feed kangaroos. They also have close encounters where you can actually hold animals, My husband and I did the sloth encounter and we actually got to hold and feed them. We also got to hold a Joey and a baby lemur, it's definitely worth the extra money. If we ever go back to Missouri we will be stopping back by here. I'm from Knoxville, Tennessee where the big Knoxville zoo is and you don't get the interaction at that big zoo as you do here and you pay so much more money at Knoxville and you don't get to do anything with the animals.
  • Great place where you can hold animals even a sloth. Animals looked happy and healthy and everyone was so friendly. My son had a great time bottle feeding goats and hand feeding camels, goats, and zebras. I'd attach photos if I could.
  • What a fun experience! I got to hold a lemur, a joey, and a slink; bottle feed a calf; feed lemurs, baby camel, baby zebra, etc. A very unique zoo for those wanting to have a personal experience with smaller animals. Safari walk very interesting and staff SO friendly and caring to the animals. Really enjoyed the animal show! Concerned initially about the peanut butter use in the parakeet exhibit as daughter highly allergic, but there didn't seem to be any cross contamination with the other exhibits and staff said peanuts weren't fed to any other animals in park. We will definitely be going back with other family members and friends.
  • I've been two separate times because it was such an amazing experience. Not only because of the hands-on encounter I got to have with sloths (a childhood dream of mine), but also because the environment was so much better than traditional zoos. You are able to get up close and personal with dozens of different animals that are obviously well-cared for, which is a big deal to me. I highly recommend it for educational reasons, as well. The staff are friendly, very accommodating ( I was so impressed with how they made sure to include a visitor with physical disabilities in the animal-handling), and clearly passionate about animals and educating others about animals. It is a little on the pricey side for some of the optional encounters, but I have no doubt that that money goes towards caring for the animals, so it's worth the cost 100%. I can't praise this establishment enough and I fully intend on returning and recommending it to others.
  • I genuinely enjoyed my time there. especially great for the kiddos! It was both educational and fun all at the same time. you definitely won't regret visiting.