Great Plains Zoo And Delbridge Museum Of Natural History, Sioux Falls

Great Plains Zoo And Delbridge Museum Of Natural History, Sioux Falls - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 805 S. Kiwanis Ave.Sioux Falls, SD 57104, USA

Phone: +1-6053677003

Ticket Price: 12 USD

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Time Required: 02:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Great Plains Zoo And Delbridge Museum Of Natural History, Sioux Falls

Giving an interactive spin to the traditional idea of a Zoo, the Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History offers an encounter with the animal kingdom up close. Take a ride on a camel or a guided tour of the zoo in the Express train, see the animals at the farm, watch gorgeous Koi fishes swim around in the Koi dock, hunt for gems and fossils at the Mining Sluice or simply watch a movie at the Zoo Vie Theatre- the place promises to be a fun and learning experience for children and adults!

Great Plains Zoo And Delbridge Museum Of Natural History Ticket Prices

Admission Fee:

  • Adults (Ages 13-59): USD11.75 + Tax
  • Youth (Ages 2-12): USD8.75 + Tax
  • Infant (Under age 2): Free
  • Seniors (Ages 60+): USD10.75 + Tax

Attraction Prices:

  • Camel Rides: USD 6.50 per person
  • Sanford Carrousel: USD 2
  • Savannah Express Train Ride: USD 2

For other prices, visit the official website.

How To reach Great Plains Zoo And Delbridge Museum Of Natural History by Public Transport

  • By Bus: 12th/Williams SW corner
  • By Taxi

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  • It's a small zoo but the animals are close so you don't struggle to see them. In the winter, there aren't as many animals outside. But that is to be expected. I like how large the landscape is. If you want to exercise asks see animals it is great!

  • Animals need better housing. Penguins are especially sad to view (tiny room with dirty water.) Also only half the animals are ever available for viewing--always empty cages whenever my family and I go. Not worth a year membership if you ask me. Need better incentives for members at this zoo--discounts at other zoos are ok but not always willing to travel.

  • It's a cute little zoo. It was VERY hot that day so they had some exhibits closed. There is also construction going on in the middle if the place. They had some great animals. I'm a fan of the big cats, but they were lacking in that department. The staff was super friendly and engaging. I'd definitely stop back in and check it out on a day that was by so hot.

  • Went in with low expectations. I remember zoos being dirty, stinky, hot, and crowded. We went on the last day of the zoo's summer hours, and it was very pleasant, clean, and not crowded at all. It was really cool seeing the monkeys, hippos, tigers, and more! My wife and daughter had a blast, too!

  • Tons and tons of fun! Lots of animals to see and cool gift shop, very knowledgeable museum as well. Cool koala exhibit to see as well!

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