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Snake Farm Animal World


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For the last 40 years, local and international travelers have hailed Animal World and Snake Farm (formerly known as Snake Farm) as the "must see" attraction of Interstate 35 in New Braunfels, Texas.

Opened in 1967, this facility has become a Mecca for generations of animal lovers who make a yearly pilgrimage of sorts to this, one of the most unique and fascinating animal facilities in the world. Housing over 500 animals at any one time, you can't help but feel you're up close and personal with nearly every species of animal on earth! Primates, alligators, exotic hoof stock, birds, cats and of course, snakes make up just a few of the many Animal World and Snake Farm residents.

Conveniently close to Austin, San Antonio and San Marcos, Animal World and
Snake Farm is the perfect place to spend an hour or a day!


Admission: Adults $9.75/Kids 3-12 $6.75/Under 2 FREE
Hours: 10am - 6pm
Address: 5640 IH 35 S. Directly off Exit 182
Phone: 830-608-9270
Our Email: info@exoticanimalworld.com
Our Website:www.exoticanimalworld.com

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