Branson's Wild World
Branson's Wild World is part aquarium, part zoo, and part theme park—all under one roof. Kid-friendly activities include mini-golf and 3D movies, while animal lovers of all ages find creatures such as wolves and sharks. With its convenient location, Wild World is a great indoor destination for the whole family.
At Branson's Wild World, guests can enjoy numerous activities at the attraction's two parks: Wild World Animal Adventure and Wild Buccaneer. Don't miss hands-on animal exhibits featuring diverse species—from iguanas to dingoes—and the park's kid-friendly activities, including animal feedings and XD theater shows. For the best value, upgrade to tickets that include access to on-site mini-golf and arcade games. For a twist on a typical visit, bring a group to try an escape game.
Things to Know Before You Go
Animal lovers can opt for private tour or behind-the-scenes experiences, offered for groups of four or more.
Request an armband before you leave, otherwise you may be asked to pay for reentry.
Kids aged 2 are under are admitted for free.
Branson's Wild World is wheelchair accessible, though mini-golf is not.
Seniors and members of the military receive discounted admission.
How to Get There
Branson's Wild World is located on West 76 Country Boulevard in Branson, and the most convenient way to visit is to drive. The park is situated on the south side of 76; look for clear signage visible from the highway. Find ample, free parking on site.
When to Get There
Branson's Wild World is typically open daily in summer and Friday through Monday in fall and winter. Though there's no bad time to visit, you can always stop by on an especially hot or rainy day, since the attractions are indoors. Or, visit before heading to an evening performance at one of the live music venues on the 76 Strip.
See a Movie at Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex
Just a short drive from Branson's Wild World, find Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex. Stop by to see a movie, enjoy a meal, and check out live music. The entertainment hub has an on-site performance space—Little Opry Theatre—and offers both IMAX films and more modestly priced regular theatrical releases. You can prebook tickets for dinner and a show online, or try your luck with same-day admission.
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