Branson's Promised Land Zoo
Enjoy a safari adventure right in Branson at the Promised Land Zoo, complete with live shows, animal-filled activities, and a collection of wild species from around the world. Located on Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Branson’s Promised Land Zoo typically offers around two hours of safari entertainment for the entire family. Exhibits of animals from across the globe, including kangaroos, spider monkeys, big cats, and more, as well as interactive shows and animal feedings, are just some of the attractions guests can enjoy.
Branson’s Promised Land Zoo is located on 75 acres of beautiful Ozarks land and provides hours of personal interactions with both common and unusual species, including baby deer and watusi. The foot safari gives guests the opportunity to pet alpacas and goats, feed camels and zebras, and surround themselves with colorful birds at the Parakeet Paradise. At the live animal shows, expert handlers provide educational and entertaining interactions with a variety of animal species, including those not on display in the zoo.
The Promised Land Zoo also includes Exclusive Encounters for an additional fee. For approximately twenty minutes, you and the kids can play and pet animals such as lemurs, sloths, owls, kittens, and more. Of course, you do not want to miss out on attending one of the educational and fun live shows that go on at the park every day! Some of the animals that live here include:
There are several activities at Branson’s Promised Land Zoo that are fun for the entire family. A unique experience for all visitors to Branson, you will keep coming back for more.
- Approximately how long could a customer plan to spend at Branson's Promised Land Zoo?
Guests usually spend approximately 2 - 4 hours at the park.
- What amenities (such as ATM, gift shop, etc) are available?
There is a gift shop.
- Is photography & video recording allowed?
- For what ages is Branson's Promised Land Zoo appropriate?
This activity is great for all ages.
- Is parking available at Branson's Promised Land Zoo? Is it free?
Yes. Parking is free.