Had fun here with the kids (11 and 14 at the time). Be prepared to climb lots of stairs up and down if you go in the caves! But, very cool and worth it. Go up in the tower, too.
We went as a family during Spring Break. My kids enjoyed the cave, but enjoyed the anti gravity house even more. The animal park was just mediocre. It was a fun little get away.
If you are up for trying things to see what they are like, this can be an interesting short afternoon with children (or without). If you want high-line entertainment , this is not it. However, it IS one of the few "dry-formed" caverns (formed by a fault line, not by water, so no stalactites, etc.) Short "train" ride to see... More
The cave is a hole, the animal park is depressing. At least, the crooked house is a little entertaining. Please, clean up your animal park, take care of your animals and take a little more interest in the place.
Buy the combo ticket for $20 for an adult. This gives you access to four attractions: the animal park, the wonder cave, the tower and the anti gravity house. First, set your expectations. This is not a huge space but they do a good job with it. The tour will load passengers in a cute little outdoor train. Buy deer... More
Very nice folks. We had a good afternoon of clean fun with the family at Wonder World Park. Enjoyed all the Attractions. The deer were fun too.
My sister held my nephew's 5th birthday party here and it was GREAT! The kids had a blast and the parents were entertained as well. It is something all spelunkers should see and was interesting to this Texan.
Cave tour is good and interesting. Observation deck is good and exciting to see the fault line. Safari tour wasn't anything special with a few goats, peacocks, deer, and some guinea chickens. Tour was only about 5 min. The main attraction is the cave and observation deck all the other stuff is a waste of time.
On the way home from trip to San Antonio- my 9 year old grandson chose to visit here. First of all he was truly impressed with the waterfall that parted as the small train went though. The animals were friendly and ate food from his hands, unlike some of the drive thru animal venues where the animals were hiding in... More
Its been about 20-25 years since I had been here with my kids. Decided to go back and take my 7 year old grandson. The place is still the same. Not much has changed, the whole tour was exactly the same as I remembered. The whole tour is kinda cheesy. Its definitely for little kids. First you have to go... More
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