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14501 S Orange Blossom Trl Orlando, FL 32837
14501 S Orange Blossom TrlUSFloridaOrlando32837
$$Amusement Park, ZooToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Affordable family fun while showcasing thousands of alligators and crocodiles including 4 rare "white" gators. The aviary, petting zoo, animal shows, breeding marsh, panthers, and the Screamin' Gator
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Circa-1949 landmark delivering alligator & snake shows, a petting zoo, a water park & a zip line.- Google
"I loved it, because I have this thing for alligators and crocodiles!"
"The shows for the gator jump and other animals were great though."
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Shawn Curran
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My wife and I visited Gatorland on our honeymoon 19 years ago in April of 1996 and it was AWESOME!!!!!!! We will be visiting the area again very soon with our 18 year-old daughter who can't wait to visit. I am looking forward to a GREAT visit and judging by all the positive reviews we will be having a better time than before.
J Oliver
2 months ago
I took a friend from the West coast here to experience a true Florida attraction and she really seemed to enjoy it. Not anywhere near as ticky tacky as either of us expected. We had a great time photographing the animals. It's a terrific place for wildlife photographers. Oddly enough, Gatorland is rated among the top ten places for wildlife photography in the Eastern U.S. The boardwalk features a wild bird rookery that has to be seen to be appreciated. Non-captive herons, egrets, storks, spoonbills, anhingas, cormorants and other species raise their young there in the late Winter and Spring. The alligators provide protection from natural predators like raccoons and bobcat (the gators will snatch up a fallen chick in a heartbeat, though)! There are over 1,000 gators and crocodile at gatorland. They don't turn any of them into gator bites, though; they sell them to other zoos or let them live out their old age on the property. The keepers seem to have real affection for the animals. Most appear to be very well kept. However, the mammals (cats in particular) could use better, much larger habitats. Enlarged panther and bobcat habitats that allowed for more natural photography opportunities would be appreciated by humans and kitties alike! The deer and owls also seemed cramped. Gatorland has expanded over the years, so hopefully they'll make improvements for these species a priority. I'd also like to see Gatorland capture some of our invasive species and make an educational center featuring them and other threats to Florida wildlife. Anything that would help to curb the dumping of exotics in our State would be greatly appreciated!
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Brian Griffin
4 months ago
Redneck rampage! Seriously, any "education" you may be persuaded to believe they are dishing out is crap. They do not educate you about the animals, it is all a bunch of underfed, exhausted gators climbing each other for their next meal. They are literally covered with scars from each others claws as they fight to be fed. The worst and final display that literally sent me packing was the picture of you "wrestling a gator!" ... It was a disgusting display of ignorant dominance over an already exhausted and starving alligator. I watched as people sat on this poor creature, stepping on it's foot and hurting it. As it would attempt to move it's foot, it was treated as a "WHOA! What a wild animal!!!" and sat back down on. STAY AWAY! This place was gross.
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Tony glassford
a month ago
Such a great time, only lost one finger. I recommend the bacon sunscreen, and t-bone flap flops. Plus the gator piggy back rides.
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Freddie Blicher
2 months ago
Fun times in Florida! We checked out Gatorland and we weren't disappointed. There are some interesting exhibits. This is definitely a great place for families to bring their kids. You can even hold a baby gator! The staff were really knowledgeable.
amy Fleming
a week ago
This place is awesome, after a bad day at Disney, it was a welcome break, excellent value, excellent staff. Shows were great and plenty to do and see.
a month ago
Love it here! Perfect to go when the Easter isn't too hot & isn't too kids love coming here!
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Andrew Stelter
a week ago
The attraction is nice but the employees are rude. It is overpriced for what it is. They don't recycle.


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