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Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat, Las Vegas
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A private collection of exotic animals in the backyard of a resort, Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat provides a comfortable, tropical setting for white lions, white tigers, leopards, panthers, and Bottlenose dolphins. The dolphins are trained and curious, often showing off for an appreciative crowd. New arrivals, including cubs, are given private naptimes and have limited viewing. Visit the website to check for viewing times. Plan to see Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat and other attractions that appeal to you using our Las Vegas tour planner.
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I have been to the Secret Garden years ago, and it seems that things have changed for the worse. I may be incorrect, but it seems that the exhibit has gotten smaller, and really is not impressive for ... read more »
My college roommates came for a visit and we all went to the Secret Garden. The dolphin habitat was fun. You can get up close to the pool and the dolphins swim right by. The trainers were letting peop... read more »
Lions, Tigers and Dolphins. There aren't many places in the world you can travel to see these beautiful creatures. If you are at the Mirage, it is a must see.
This is a fun place to take the family while in las vegas. Tigers that stay active and get out and about. The dolphin show is great as well. The show and walking around the small tiger exhibit usually takes us just over an hour or so. I would give it 5 stars, but it always seem just a bit pricey for a family of 4 each time we go. If it were just a little bit less expensive it would be 5 stars for us.
HIGHLY Recommend! If you can afford it, do the Dolphin Trainer for a Day! The whole team there was awesome! The way they take care of their dolphins and everything is very cool. And we felt like VIP's all day. If you like animals (especially dolphins) spend the money, it will be a time to remember!
I really liked this place but it is so hott with very little places to hang out and cool down. The dolphin trainers were very nice and informative but my favorite part was the Tigers! There was a guy in there feeding, playing with, and even kissing the tigers!! It was so neat to watch him interact with them, and he seemed to really love them! I go to the zoo all the time back home but I've never seen anything like that! Def go here if you are an animal lover:)
Just... kind of sad. The dolphin habitats were dirty and the Dolphins themselves seemed to be incredibly unhappy and a little distressed. There was only one trainer in sight and there was uneaten fish discarded in parts of the habitat. Then the Secret Garden. Surely there has to be some sort of inspection done for these? The animals looked unhappy. They all either laying there with a very obvious sense of stress in their eyes and the only one that actually was moving seemed very thin. The employees were nice, but I did overhear several making jokes about the poor condition of one of the cages. I skipped the gift ship out of spite and a refusal to give the location any more money than I already had. Maybe I went on a bad day. Maybe it's always like this. But either way, those small enclosures seem like they couldn't satisfy a well-trained dog, much less an exotic cat. I was honestly disheartened at the sight and I don't see myself returning anytime soon.
I went to the dolphin habitat with my grandfather, and one of his favorite things to do is annoy people with questions that they may not know the answer to. He asked question after question trying to stump the dolphin experts they had working there, but he got an answer to literally every question he had. I was incredibly impressed. The employees of the Secret Garden are some of the most knowledgeable people I have ever met.
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