How much is admission to Fossil Rim?

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Cost: $24.95 for ages 12-61; $19.95 for guests age 3-11. Under-3 are free. Purchase tickets ahead of time and check in on your desired day and 2-hour arrival window. No private tours are currently available but self-drive tours are.

What Animals Can you see at Fossil Rim?

Most visitors to Fossil Rim come for the scenic safari park tour, a 9.5-mile drive through hills, forests, and grassy plains. From the comfort of your car, you may see as many as 50 species of exotic animals, including cheetahs, wolves, giraffes, rhinos, antelopes, zebras, emus, and ostriches.

How long is Fossil Rim?

The drive is probably 45 minutes to an hour – it is around 9 miles – but allow time to stop half way thru for a rest stop not to mention the entertaining ostriches and a few other characters you will want to feed along the way.

What city is Fossil Rim in?

Glen Rose
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center | Glen Rose, TX 76043.

How long is Fossil Rim self guided tour?

about two hours
A variety of tours are offered at Fossil Rim. We chose the self-guided drive-through tour, which should take about two hours to complete.

Is Fossil Rim ethical?

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation center near Glen Rose, Texas. They specialize in the breeding of endangered species, public education, scientific research and natural land management.

Is Fossil Rim a sanctuary?

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is a wildlife sanctuary in Glen Rose, Texas.

How far is Fossil Rim from Dallas?

The distance between Dallas and Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is 73 miles. The road distance is 82.9 miles.

Does Fossil Rim allow dogs?

No pets allowed on Fossil Rim property.

Who started Fossil Rim?

History. The center was first an exotic herding ranch acquired by a Texan businessman from the oil industry named Tom Mantzel. He bought the ranch in 1973 and renamed it Fossil Rim Wildlife Ranch.

Are dogs allowed at Fossil Rim?

No pets allowed on Fossil Rim property. Check website in case of closure due to inclement weather. Summer, weekends and school breaks will have longer lines. Arrive early to avoid lines and view the animals before mid-day naps.

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