Featured Exhibit Themes

Large scale, interactive, educational exhibits

We have a large collection of exotic animals from which to choose in order to tailor a theme to suit your needs. Our most popular themes are described below, or come up with your own idea and we'll create something new.

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Creature Features

Our most popular Northwest exhibit 10 years running. Cold blooded fun at its finest, this exhibit showcases a variety of animals from around the world. Interact with some of the world's most fascinating and unusual creatures. See, touch and learn about captive-raised reptiles, amphibians and arthropods from the near and far places of our world. Science artifacts, nature videos, hatching snake eggs, parrots, and even an alligator are included in this unique exhibit.

Wild and Dangerous Desert

The desert is an extreme environment and demands extreme adaptations to survive. This exhibit gets visitors up close and personal with some of our planet's most fascinating desert reptiles, arachnids, and amphibians. We feature over a dozen species of venomous snakes and the gila monster, one of only two species of venomous lizards on Earth. Visitors will be able to touch large tortoises in their free-roaming yards. They'll meet a variety of tarantulas and giant scorpions in natural enclosures. Even arid-land amphibians will be on display.

3D Wild

See and experience up close and personal live creatures from around the world. Get immersed in an eye-popping 3D video experience that integrates exclusive high-definition 3D content filmed on location in Oregon, Africa, Asia and South America, with live animal viewing. Feel the excitement of interacting with live animals, and seeing wildlife from around the world as if you were there! Watch a baby elephant swing her trunk within inches of your hand. Peer into a sacred ibis nest and hold your breath as to not scare the chicks. Then, lean away from a hissing cobra and get hooked by the charm of a cooperative lion pride. Be the first to bring this never-before-seen footage and technology to your fair.


Rainforest Experience

Enter the lush world of the rainforest where the planet's most fantastic and unusual animals reveal their secrets. A wild and tropical exhibit featuring our most amazing rainforest animals in free-standing natural enclosures. Among the curious and intriguing animals you'll experience will be the world's largest snake, the anaconda; a 100-year-old alligator snapping turtle; and parrots in a rainbow of colors. These are only a few of the creatures you'll find in the rainforest experience.

Wild World Tour

This is a wild and interactive exhibit featuring our most amazing animals from the tropics, temperate zones, and arid regions of our planet. Walk through a tropical rainforest with giant green anacondas swimming in their pool, then look up to see green tree pythons lazily draped over branches, while tokay geckos echo their enchanting call through the forest. Then meander into the temperate zone where blue-tongued skinks and legless lizards are waiting, with a variety of turtles and amphibians, some poisonous, nearby. Passing into the arid region you'll find the venomous gila monster, several species of rattlesnakes, and a variety of beautifully colored kingsnakes.

Custom Exhibits

We can modify any featured exhibit theme to fit your event. We'll work with you to create the perfect exhibit for your space.

We can also work in conjunction with other companies to create something really special. Some of our partnerships have resulted in exhibits such as Dinosaurs and Living Legends, Swampland, and Primeval Predators.


Enter another world at Brad's World Reptiles...

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Hatching Snakes
Greet baby snakes as they are emerging from their shells for the first time.
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What is it?
Every enclosure holds yet another fascinating animal to pique your interest and keep you entertained for hours.
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Little Al
Say hello to Little Al, one of our tame American alligators.
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3D Experience
Try to reach out and touch the animals as they appear to jump right off the 3D screen.