Promised Land Zoo in Branson, MO

2751 Shepherd of the Hills ExpresswayBranson, MO 65616
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Overview

A top-rated wildlife park and animal attraction in the area, the family-owned Branson’s Promised Land Zoo offers personalized zoo experiences for everyone. Guests can enjoy live shows, a foot safari, parakeet exhibit, animal bottle-feeding experiences, and more, with creatures like antelopes, zebras, kangaroos, baboons, spider monkeys, lemurs and several species in the “big cats” family.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • You can bottle feed the babies.
  • Only zoo inside Branson city limits.
  • Live animal shows.
  • The path is a wood chip path so be prepared if a stroller is necessary.
  • This is an outdoor zoo.
  • Exclusive animal encounters for additional fee.
  • Plan 2 hours for visit.

Description

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Branson's Top Rated Animal Attraction was recently ranked as one of the top 25 zoos in the US by Trip Advisor in 2015. Branson's Promised Land Zoo will give you and your entire group an experience you won't forget!

Home to hundreds of rare and endangered animals from around the world, come out and see all that we have to offer in our Foot Safari, interactive Live Animal Shows, Parakeet Paradise, Bottle Feedings and more. We also have a petting zoo area where you can feed lots of animals too.

New for 2017, Branson's Promised Land Zoo will undergo a major transformation taking our small but mighty facility of just 9 acres to an enormous fully interactive park of nearly 70 acres, all right in the heart of Branson!

General Admission will always include the Live Animal Show in our new 200-seat indoor theatre, the Foot Safari that takes you through many exhibits from around the world, Parakeet Paradise with complimentary feed stick to feed the birds, and our new Drive Thru where you can take your own vehicle around the park and see many animals large and small.

VIP Admission are welcome to enjoy everything in General Admission as well as the VIP Encounter where our educational staff brings out several more animals for you to hold and take photos with, as well as our VIP Tram Experience — a fully interactive tram tour through many of the animal habitats where you can learn about and interact with many of the zoo residents.

Also new for 2017, the Let There Be Lights Drive Thru Lights Display with live reindeer, Santa, movies and more!

Please check the plzoo.com for bottle feeding, show, tram and other times.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

7 Reviews
Kerri Bingaman
Conway, AR
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"My experience at the zoo"
June, 2016
The zoo didn't cost a lot, and they had a lot of animals. My favorite was the screaming goats.
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Tip: 1. The zoo owns one of the largest snakes in the US.

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Leabeth Ashberger
1 Review
"Amazing! !!"
December, 2015
The Promise Land Zoo was simply amazing! You are allowed to get up and close to the animals. You can feed a variety of animals and there are interactions with some of the animals. While on my visit I did the sloth interaction, and it was awesome!! An animal lovers paradise. I will definitely be going back!
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Tip: Be prepared to be there awhile if you love animals?

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Shellie Walker
Springdale, AR
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Take a step into fun land"
October, 2015
Branson's Promised Land Zoo is the perfect spot to take the kiddos and enjoy some family time. Each of us had an amazing time feeding the parakeets was an experience my family tells friends about still months later. The babies in the zoo are so sweet and we made life long memories the day we chose to stop in. Great place to go and experience animals, very hands on.
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Tip: Wash your hands before and after visiting, it keeps the animals and yourself safe.

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Reserve Branson Customer
1 Review
"Absolutely Fantastic!"
July, 2015
Everyone in our group loved this place. Yes it's a smaller Zoo, but you can actually pet and feed the animals! They are sooo cute and I got to bottle feed baby kangaroos and a camel on our last visit. We will be back next time to Branson! Oh, and loved the shows too.
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Tip: Check the show and feeding times.

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Blake Conway
Grove, OK
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Awesome!!!"
July, 2015
Amazing place to go my son and wife love it!!!
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Jamie Torres
Waynesville , MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Good family fun"
March, 2015
its a smaller zoo that doesn't take long to get through. I have a 6, 3 and a 5 month old and they really enjoyed it. They have bottle feeding that the kids can do and they have animal shows throughout the day and the kids can ask questions and pet all of the animals. You are able to feed all of the animals there except for the monkeys and carnivores. My husband and I did the live animal interaction and we loved it the trainer is very informative and you can take as many pictures as you want. The thing that I loved the most is that they have scripture everywhere and all the proceeds go back to the animals. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is that it's not handicapped accessible or stroller accessible. Instead of having some type of path it's all wood chips so it makes it difficult to push a stroller or a wheelchair around especially because it's very hilly. Overall I would and have recommended this to other people
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Tip: Hard to push strollers and wheelchairs around. If you are confined to a wheelchair and can't use a cain or walker then I wouldn't recommend going. Also it' has a lot of hills so if you have bad knees take that into consideration. On the plus must do the animal encounter and the bottle feeding

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leeann gonzales
houston, TX
5 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Small but fun"
March, 2015
This zoo is probably one of the smallest that we've visited and a bit pricey for its size BUT the kids had a good time and thats what counts! The best part is the feeding of the baby animals and the little "show and tell" where you can actually touch each animal that is brought out. It only took us about an hour to walk the entire zoo, including the feeding and show.
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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Rochelle W
"Christmas vacation "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 11, 2018 NEW
We loved the zoo! One of the highlights of our trip! The lights of the night were really nice and we there were so many animals to see! My kids enjoyed the birds!!
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Halieee95
Kansas City, Kansas
"Lots of different animals"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed January 02, 2018 NEW
We will definitely be back here again! You can tell it’s fairly small from the outside but it is so worth it once you get inside! You can hold and feed lots of the animals, we paid more for a VIP pass but it was so worth it. We got to hold a baby lemur, a chameleon, and few other small animals. We were disappointed there were no more sloth encounters later in the day, that was the only downfall and I was upset the whole drive back home because of it, lol. Maybe next time!
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Anuket01
Peoria, Illinois
"Neat Christmas Lights Drive-Thru "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 30, 2017 NEW
We drove through the display of lights. The ups and downs of the terrain added to the fun! We saw several animals through the fences. After the drive, we stopped in and got pictures with the reindeer that were there. We also walked the small loop that was open outside and fed the kangaroos, which was a huge hit with the kids! Around the time we went, it was $20 for a car of 4, with $5 for each additional person.
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chuckhamilton9776
Dardanelle, Arkansas
"Great experience"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 24, 2017 NEW
The guide was awesome, the animals were great. Would recommend taking the full experience. The interaction with the animals was a great experience, you could not do all this in a regular zoo.
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showme5353
"Excellent Christmas adventure"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 24, 2017 NEW
Excellent Excellent Excellent. The Christmas light drive thruogh show was awesome the music on the radio station never went out of distance like other light shows. This was a spur of the moment visit, I would like to say we had the most wonderful time. We enjoyed petting the animals. We got to see different animals up close as well. We will be back this summer to do this again!!!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Branson's Promised Land Zoo

Approximately how long does it take to tour Branson Promise Land Zoo?
It takes at least 2 hours or more depending on how much time you spend at each exhibit.

Is the bottle feeding included in my admission ticket?
Yes, you get the opportunity to feed baby zebra, camels, watusi, goats, deer and more?! This activity is always included in your admission and offered at select times throughout the day (10am, 2pm & 6pm, subject to change).

What kind of animals will I see on the Foot Safari?
We currently have on display numerous antelope, zebra, kangaroo, big cats, medium cats, baboons, spider monkeys, lemurs, and many other groups of animals including deer, prairie dogs, capybara, porcupines and large variety of petting zoo animals like alpacas, goats, ect.

Can I feed the animals?
You can feed (with food purchased from PLZ) many of our creatures.  

Can I feed the birds in Parakeet Paradise?
Yes, each admission receives one parakeet stick for the birds. Additional parakeet sticks are available for 2/$1.

Is the Exclusive Encounter included with my admission ticket?
No, this is an additional fee. Reservations are required by calling the Zoo directly.