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I just can't help but feel bad for some of the reptiles. For example, the giant alligator (or crocodile, excuse my lack of reptile knowledge) sitting in a barren and lifeless pool just makes me feel so bad for that creature.. Instead of being entertained...More
great variety of snakes, and the animal handler was super friendly. our 3-year-old enjoyed her visit, and I liked touching the boa constrictor. the store didn't have any educational toys or books, mostly t shirts and stuffed animals.
When we 1st went in after paying what I thought was an exorbitant admission price, I thought "what a rip-off" however, after seeing the wealth of exhibits and my children having the opportunity to hold an un-named young boa, I changed my mind. The staff...More
I remembered going here when I was about 10 years old and holding a snake by the name of Sophie. I was surprised at how warm she was and this left a lasting impression with me. When we returned to Drumheller about 25 years later,...More
Well worth the admission price. Lots of reptiles, loved the turtles and snakes. Place is looking a little run down around the edges though, but cannot complain about the amount of different reptiles to see and learn about!!
It is a private facility so the funding isn't there and it shows in the age of the facility but the kids had a good time seeing all the reptiles. That is what matters in the end not the old flooring. There was a large...More
Sure the building could do with a bit of work but my god, for $8.50, what a place. My wife and I had gone to Drumheller to visit the Tyrell Museum which was good but I insisted on going to Reptile World for the simple...More
Lots of different reptiles to look at and learn about. They have a snake called Brittany that they let you hold on to. She is amazing. I just love holding that snake. She is the highlight of my visits here.
Everyone goes to Drumheller to see the dinosaurs but there is so much more and Reptile World in one of them. The building itself is nothing special and a little on the older side but their reptile collection and their knowledge is amazining. Both the...More