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Wonder World Park, San Marcos

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  • This attraction is geared towards families with young children; but, the cave tour is good for all ages. It's kind of pricey; but, you get 4 attractions. There is a tram ride through an animal exhibit...  more »
  • We took our 6 year old niece and she had a great time! The tour was lead by a nice young man with lots of knowledge. The cave was fun, a bit slippery but safe. The train ride to see animals was short ...  more »
  • 2nd visit in after 6 years. Good use of 2-3 hours and a great option for families with young kids. Our tour guide Macy was simply awesome, engaging with the group making the experience 3X more fun and...  more »
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  • This a cute little cave but it's nothing real exciting. It is a dry cave which means it's not a living and growing cave. You can touch anything and everything. The reason I gave it 3 stars is that the tour is not long at all and it is a little pricey for what you get. I have been to many caves and the tours last over an hour and there is some wow factor to them. This was more like a look at this, look at that, you're done. You don't go far like you do in most cave tours. The tour guides prolong the tour by giving info about the formations and answer questions, which all tours do. There were some big steps and some would be hard to anyone with physical limitations, like short legs. As we were exiting, my mind said, "wait, this is it"? Then you get to go to the optical illusion house which is just trickery for the eye. After that you either hop on board a small trackless train, or wait up to 10-15 minutes for the previous train to come back. Once on the train, if you paid for deer food, you hope that they get up and come to you. At the end of the day they aren't to hungry and just lay there. The animals are pretty but you can see more at the zoo. After that you are done. You aren't allowed to go to the illusion house while you wait. And you couldn't go in the tower for some reason. All you can do is shop, have a snack or go look at the animals. If you are with a group, sitting, chatting and eating may be fun. The employees are very nice. Mostly college aged people trying to make money which I can respect. They do a good job with the tours and are very personable and I tipped our guide well because she was very nice and I could see she was interested in her job. Although I wouldn't say, don't waste your time and money, it's just Ok to see once if you have nothing better to do.
  • it was a bit pricy, it was a cool tour though, it is a dry cave and you can see the fault line, there is also glowing rocks, which is supposed to be because of some glowing bacteria. the cave had some tricky big steps and tight spaces, which is kind of to be expected so they don't manipulate to much. you can touch everything they even have fossil in the ceiling you can touch. the antigravity house is kind of cool, wish they would put a could more things in. you go o the tower at the end of the cave tower and had a nice view. the train ride and animals were nothing to exciting,there were only 5 or 6 to see be better off going to the zoo, you can feed the deer, which kids enjoyed, the deer started following us right away. our tour guide was awesome though and friendly staff. they should have a better coupon deal though.it was a dollar off for full tour which isn't much.
  • A cute tiny park with value for money. In my honest opinion, they have done their best to make a modest attraction worth your time. The cave tour was fabulous, our guide was extremely entertaining and witty. We learnt a lot about caves and had a fun time down there. The observation tower and gravity room were very average and almost child like. The petting zoo was fun, it was great to see so many peacocks chilling out like that. We even pet a cute little goat kid inside the store. If you live in the Austin or San Antonio area, it's worth a visit.
  • Very happy, friendly staff. There are several things to do in a very small location. Mining inside the store which was cool a short train ride to see some animals - mainly deer and variety of birds. The cave is small but awesome. Our tour guide was really entertaining great sense of humor. You get out to the cave by going up to a tower where you can see for miles. They also have a house that is incline and lots of fun to walk through. The store has a food place too so you can spend a whole morning or afternoon there.
  • Great tour guides, very friendly service. Caverns are easy to make it through for the kids and myself,I have heart decease and COPD.VERY INTERESTING . THEY ALSO HAVE A TRAIN THROUGH A PETTING ZOO.