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Silver Springs Florida Attractions

silver springs

No matter what your age, there are plenty of rides and attractions at the Silver Springs that will make you laugh, fill you with wonder, and provide a glimpse into what life was like here more than 10,00 years ago. Just as they did then , the springs pump out 550 million gallons of sparkling clear water a day – enough to supply the entire city of New York. Surrounding the springs is a marvelous diversity of animals and nature you simply would not be able to find anywhere else. Come and explore the stunning beauty of Florida in its natural state. Get your Silver Springs tickets now!
glass bottom boats

Glass Bottom Boats

Glass Bottom Boats offer passengers an unparalleled view of underwater life in the 99.8% pure waters of the Silver River. Our boats, with U.S. Coast Guard licensed captains, will take you on a tour of the seven major spring formations at the headwaters. You’ll be comfortably seated, and covered from the sun and weather.
big gator lagoon

Big Gator Lagoon

Big Gator Lagoon is a one-acre cypress swamp habitat featuring Florida’s largest alligators, most 11 to 13 feet in length! Guests observe these large reptiles from the safety of an elevated boardwalk. Also see two of the rarest reptiles in the world; albino alligators, who live in an indoor habitat to protect them from the sun.
panther prowl

Panther Prowl

Panther Prowl is an extraordinary opportunity to photograph the Western cougar, a close cousin of the rare and endangered Florida panther—North America’s largest and most majestic wild cat.
world of bears

World of Bears

World of Bears is the largest bear exhibit of its kind in the world. Two acres of outdoor habitats showcase a variety of rare and endangered bear species including North American black bears, and Kodiaks (the only brown bears on exhibit in Florida).
ross allen island

Ross Allen Island

Ross Allen Island features a collection of native snakes, turtles, arachnids (spiders), otters and other animals found in Florida. The exhibit also showcases archive photographs and information on the world famous naturalist Ross Allen.
lost river voyage

Lost River Voyage

Lost River Voyage transports guests back in time to wild Florida as it was thousands of years ago—untouched and untamed. Riverbanks are lined with towering bald cypress trees, some more than 500 years old. See alligators, turtles, heron, osprey, and other wildlife basking and feeding in their natural habitat.
wings of the springs

Wings of the Springs

"Wings of the Springs” is presented at the outdoor Silver River Showcase Theater. This is a dramatic free flight show featuring a diverse collection of birds. We showcase parrots of the tropical rainforest, comical ducks and chickens, and the magnificent raptors (including hawks, eagles, owls, falcons and vultures).
fort king river cruise

Fort King River Cruise

Fort King River Cruise carries you through Silver Springs 10,000 year history. Interactive exhibits and displays include a working archaeological dig site, Seminole Indian village, the 1830s Fort King Army stockade, a late 1880s riverboat dock and train depot, and an authentic Florida pioneer “Cracker” homestead.
lighthouse ride

Lighthouse Ride

The Lighthouse Ride features the combination of a carousel and gondola ride with a unique telescoping outer tower that quietly rises 80 feet above Silver Springs. Up to six passengers ride in each gondola for an unobstructed, panoramic view of the crystal clear river, landscaped grounds, and native Florida wildlife.
botanical gardens

Botanical gardens

Silver Springs beautiful botanical gardens feature more than 138 varieties of native and exotic plants showcased in floral sculptures and flower beds along the banks of the Silver River. A winding pathway allows park guests to view all aspects of the landscape.

Reptiles of the World Show

“Reptiles of the World Show” features reptile handlers that give an exciting and educational presentation on alligators, crocodiles, turtles and dispel some of the myths about these fascinating cold-blooded animals.

"Non-Venomous Snake Show

“Non-Venomous Snake Show” offers guests the opportunity to view, touch and learn about the many different species of snakes in the world, and the important role they play in controlling rodents and other pests.

Gator Feeding

Alligator and crocodile feedings are presented daily at 2:30 p.m. (during warm summer months). Reptile keepers conduct the feedings that provide guests with the chance to witness the feeding habits of various species while learning more about these ancient creatures.

Wilderness Trail

Climb on board trams towed by Wrangler Jeeps for a ride into a forest for close up encounters with native Florida wildlife.

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