Long Island Game Farm Hosts its Third Annual 1970s Admission Price Day
(Manorville, New York) — Long Island Game Farm — Wildlife Park & Children’s Zoo is bringing back their 1970’s Admission Price Day for the third year in a row. On July 29, all day, the park will feature admissions prices from it’s first decade in business. Tickets will cost $3.90/adult and $1.95/child (+tax). This is an unbeatable price that only comes along once a year.
The Long Island Game Farm features over 35 different types of animals including but not limited to alligators, alpaca, buffalo, camels, deer, emus, giraffe, kangaroo, llamas, lemurs, ostrich, parrots, peacocks, ponies and zebras and two new additions to the farm, bobcats and baby red foxes. In addition to visiting all these animals, guests will also be treated to free giveaways and activities such as face painting and make-your-own-pet-rock. For those guests looking for a little thrill, the amusement rides will also be available.
Those in attendance will also enjoy one of Long Island Game Farms featured summer shows – Nature Nick’s Animal Adventure. This experience is presented by “Nature” Nick Jacinto, one of the most well-known animal handlers in the Tri-State area. Nature Nick’s Animal Adventure is the only animal show in the northeast to include kangaroos, birds of prey and monkeys! Each show typically features seven to ten animals. This show will run on the main stage at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
This discount applies only for admission, prices inside the park, including amusement rides and animal encounters, will remain the same. Parking is limited, so guests are encouraged to arrive early or come later in the day. The parking lot gates will open at 8:30 a.m. and the park closes at 6 p.m.
For more information on shows, prices or activities please visit www.longislandgamefarm.com or call (631) 878-6644.
The Long Island Game Farm was founded in 1970 by Stanley and Diane Novak and is located on 25 acres of land in Manorville. The Park has grown over the years and has served as a frequent destination of school children that have grown up on Long Island. Each year, thousands of guests visit the park.