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Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Walnut Creek

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • What a fun and educational outing! This place never gets old . We all have our favorite animals to see and always want to see the new exhibits. So important to have this non-tech time!! Prefer to go o...  read more »
  • Up close and personal educational opportunity for the whole family. In addition to the museum's Lindsay Wildlife Experience they offer many special events and naturalist led local excursions. Their re...  read more »
  • This place is perfect for teaching your kids about animals. They also rescue injured animals in their animal hospital. They have lots of demonstrations and even have a time where your kids can pet som...  read more »
  • Always a great place to take the kids. Although at the age of 4 my girls still have an issue completely seeing some of the exhibits, they have to step on their tippy toes or be picked up. The exhibits consist of the surrounding wildlife life birds, reptile and rodents. I particularly enjoy the see though behive, they have a bird flying simulator and a live informational exhibition telling about the different animals they take care of. There are many volunteers around to explain to you about the many animals in detail. And after you can take your kids to the park only steps aways.
  • Super nice staff I brought a baby opossum there that's mother was killed by a car. Baby was in good shape and they are going to raise and care for the Lil guy♡ ty ty ty Lindsay wildlife♡
  • Super awesome, it's a real time killer and it's super fun. You can look at animals like possums and owls up close. You can also touch dried out animals like foxes and bears. This place is really cool and it's a perfect place to go with the family. Also, 12+ can volunteer at this place and teach visitors about animals.
  • Great place free fridays. Kinda small, but nice for the little ones. Parking can be tuff to find and it is kinda hard to track down assistant to ask questions about certain animals. Once you do though they are very I'm informative and so very helpful. You want to bring snacks as they don't have any place to purchase things like that. There happened to be a food truck outside when we went. The other side offers a Animal hospital where you can bring injured wildlife. P's they have an amazing park next door two actually and the kids love it
  • It was a lot of fun, but i thought there would be more "there" there. granted we didn't explore much outside, but for the price I was surprised at how small it is. I do understand that their primary mission is resuce and education comes secondary, but the price is a little off-putting.
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