Attractions

Local Wildlife Attractions

The Florida Agricultural Museum, located in Palm Coast, FL was first established in 1983 to preserve Florida’s agricultural heritage. The museum offers many family activities year-round. As a working farm, the exhibits and demonstrations educate the visitor about Florida’s farming culture. Part of the museum’s mission is to preserve heritage livestock including Florida Cracker cattle and horses. Museum visitors can observe these and many other animals.

The Marineland Dolphin Adventure, now operated by the Georgia Aquarium, is an entertainment, education and research facility dedicated to the conservation of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. Visitors are able to observe and interact with the dolphins in a number of settings such as feeding and training. There is even the opportunity to swim with the dolphins! The center offers educational programs for adults, teens and youth with many field trip opportunities. Visitors can also learn about Marineland’s fascinating history from movie production to ocean conservation.

Marineland Dolphin Adventure is located just across A1A from our Ripple Effect Ecotours Headquarters at The Town of Marineland Marina.

There are so many attractions and places to stay within a half hours drive of the Ripple Effect Ecotours Headquarters in the Town of Marineland Marina. St. Augustine, Flagler Beach and Palm Coast are all close by with accommodations to fit any budget. We can help you plan your stay. Here are a couple of our favorite attractions.

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm is one of Florida’s oldest continuously operating attractions. The park is home to every species of alligator, crocodile, caiman and gharial from around the world. The zoo has an impressive collection of amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds and is an important scientific research and conservation facility.

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Alligator Farm Zoological Park