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Know Before You Go

If preserving natural instincts is so important, why do zoological facilities and places like the NFWC allow visitors? We firmly believe that one of the most effective ways to help wildlife around the world is to educate and inspire the general public. By allowing visitors to see and learn about these incredible species in the flesh, they gain a new perspective on issues that may seem far away and untouchable to them. The proceeds generated from visitations keeps our animal residents enriched, well-fed, and keeps our international conservation efforts going strong. In short, visitors are a crucial part of our mission now, and for the future.

Hours of Operation

Wednesday - Sunday

10am - 4pm

Facility Address

1386 Cook Road

Lamont, Florida 32336

Parking Info

Cars - Free

Buses - Free

Learn, Discover, Explore.

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Guided Tours

Duration - 1 hour

Reservation - up to ten people

Adults (age 18-60) - $30

Children (age 4-17) - $20

Infants (age 0-3) - Free

Senior, Student, Military, Jefferson County Resident - $5 discount

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Animal Encounters

NFWC Animal Encounter proceeds support conservation efforts across the globe!

Encounters: Lemur, Kangaroo, Anteater, Tropical Bird

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Field Trips

The NFWC offers special rates to schools, camps, and other organizations looking to visit with a large group. Please contact us to arrange your group's visit.

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Special Events

The NFWC offers unique and beautiful outdoor spaces to host community, business, celebratory, and other special events. Please contact us for inquiries.