The Menagerie: Bradt's Mammals & More

The Menagerie: Bradt's Mammals & More 39755 US Hwy 64
Alva, OK 73717

Phone: 580-430-1269
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Head to The Menagerie: Bradt's Mammals & More in Alva to experience animals like you never have before. This exciting family farm brings guests face-to-face with traditional farm animals as well as exotics. Unlike a zoo, The Menagerie creates a close and intimate experience with the animals. Families love this 32-acre farm where chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, goats, sheep and more roam the property.

This family farm is always growing and guests can usually find something new on the property. Current animals include miniature donkeys, llamas, rabbits, highland cattle, miniature ...

Head to The Menagerie: Bradt's Mammals & More in Alva to experience animals like you never have before. This exciting family farm brings guests face-to-face with traditional farm animals as well as exotics. Unlike a zoo, The Menagerie creates a close and intimate experience with the animals. Families love this 32-acre farm where chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, goats, sheep and more roam the property.

This family farm is always growing and guests can usually find something new on the property. Current animals include miniature donkeys, llamas, rabbits, highland cattle, miniature zebu steer, dwarf Angus cattle, Indu-Brazilian steer, alpacas, fainting goats, zebras, micro pigs, emus and even a camel. Feathered and furry animals of all kinds have found a home on this farm and guests love to experience them all. The Menagerie boasts a complete outdoor experience. The farm provides a cup of feed upon entry and additional baggies for purchase, and guests enjoy letting the friendly animals eat right from their hand. Farm staff members also are available to take photos of groups with their favorite animals.

Visit in the fall to enjoy a trip through the hay maze. In addition to daylight hours, The Menagerie also stays open late on select nights for the flashlight maze. Bring your own flashlight or get one from the gift shop, then navigate your way through the maze on an epic scavenger hunt. This event is not haunted, so it's fun for the whole family and stroller-friendly.

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  • Facility Amenities: Gift Shop

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Advance Group Reservations Required

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

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Open

Close

Sunday

2:00 pm

5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am

4:00 pm

Also open additional hours in the fall. The hay bale maze runs through the end of November.

Admission: $6 per person (includes a small cup of feed)

Additional baggies of feed: $1 each

Photos with Dylan the camel or Autumn the zebra: $5

Seasonal hay maze: $4

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Located three miles west of Alva on the north side of Hwy 64. Traveling from the west, go approximately nine miles east of Hwy 14 Junction. The farm is located between CR 390 and CR 400.

Primary Contacts:

JoDe Bradt

Media Contacts:

Jerad Bradt




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From Amanda Schroeder on 07/13/14

You won't believe what you see until you actually go see it. For the cost of a Starbucks Latte, you will experience priceless moments with some of nature's most incredible creations. Not only do you get to experience them, but you get to FULLY interact with them. They love to be touched and... more importantly...they live to be fed. The BEST part about feeding the animals is that you are also feeding your own soul. They are precious animals and a precious family. You won't regret your trip. Plan a day... A weekend! There's so much to experience from the Menagerie to Alabaster Caverns, Little Sahara, The Sod House, Crystal Digging, the HAUNTED Cherokee Strip Museum, and a great German restaurant called Cafe Bahnhof. Come experience northwest Oklahoma!!!


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