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Gatorland is one of Florida longest-running attractions, featuring thousands of live alligators and crocodiles. Guests can visit the park's three-flight aviary, petting zoo and natural alligator breeding marsh, as well as watch some of the parks one-of-a-kind animal shows.
Founded in 1949 by the late Owen Godwin, Gatorland is still privately owned by his family to this day. The 110-acre theme park is also a wildlife preserve, and known internationally as the "Alligator Capital of the World."
Visitors begin their experience by walking through the park's world-famous gator mouth entrance, which leads you to the Gatorland gift shop — no park admittance needed to shop here! The shop has a variety of unique Florida gifts and merchandise.
Among its thousands of gator and croc residents are four extremely rare leucistic "white" alligators, which you have to see to believe.
The park is also home to the Screamin' Gator Zip Line, which takes guests soaring 1,200 feet through the air to more than 7 towers throughout the park. You'll fly over the famous Cuban and Nile crocodiles, and alligator breeding marsh; walk across a swinging bridge; and race your friends to the final tower — all at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.
Gatorland hosts birthday parties, private celebrations, corporate retreats, team-building activities and more. In addition, it offers various adventure packages, including Adventure Hour, Gator Night Shine, Rookie Wrestling, Trainer-for-a-Day and more.
Tickets can be purchased online, and Florida resident discounts are available. Florida residents can also apply the cost of their admission toward the purchase of an annual pass, with extended benefits and discounts throughout the park.
Gatorland is located near Hunter's Creek, close to the intersection of Orange Blossom Trail and Town Center Boulevard.
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Admission | Ticket Prices
Adult $24.99 Child (ages 3-12) $16.99 Adult Annual Pass $45.99 Child Annual Pass $31.99