ATTRACTION: Alligator Farm & Zoological Park.
WHERE: 999 Anastasia Blvd, St Augustine, Florida 32080
AGE RESTRICTIONS: None.
PRICE: $21.95 for adults aged 12 and up, $10.95 children ages 3—11. Under 3 year olds are admitted free. Prices are plus tax.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Open 9am until 5pm seven days a week, 365 days a year. Phone (904) 824 3337
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm also has a snack bar and a picnic area for the convenience of your group. The Kids Zone picnic area is located to the left of the snack bar. Coolers and bagged lunches can be kept in this area until you are ready for them.
In 1993 the park was expanded to include “Land of Crocodiles”. Here, all 23 species of the worlds’ crocodilians are exhibited in individual habitats. You will see mainly reptiles and birds at this park.
*Shows times and locations are subject to change due to weather or other circumstances*
Realm of the Alligator: This is an educational, entertaining show filled with little known facts about Florida’s most interesting and dangerous animals.
The Alligator Lagoon: 11am and 4pm
Scales and Tails: This show highlights some of the most misunderstood animals on the planet. Learn about snakes and other reptiles in this fascinating presentation of our scaly friends.
Theatre (near Toucantina) 1pm and 5pm
Rainforest Review: Exotic parrots and other animals from the tropical rainforest are presented in an informative and enjoyable program. Learn how the rainforest affects the health of the planet, and enjoy the antics of these beautiful animals.
Theatre (located near Toucantina) 2pm
Florida‘s Forest Friends: A fully interactive program, this show is targeted to children of all ages. Native animals, ecological bio facts, and fun activities, offer wild opportunities in learning about such things as habitats, biodiversity, and the environment of Florida.Theatre (located near Toucantina) 10am
Alligator Feeding: See Alligators leaping for food and hear their amazing strength as they bite into their food with powerful jaws.
The Alligator Lagoon: 12 noon, and 3pm
*Thanks to the Alligator Farm & Zoological Park for permission to use their photos