The Newburgh Mall invites you to come out this Friday Saturday and Sunday to enjoy the Our Wildlife Festival. It returns to the mall this weekend and is bigger and better than ever. Cute and creepy will be on hand at the mall. Meet a sloth, an alligator, a porcupine, an armadillo, a opossum, a giant lizard, a giant python, a tarantula and more on January 17th, 18th and 19th.

This amazing interactive, educational event will feature the newest exhibit Diversity of Living Things as well as the Animal Ambassador exhibit. The event will also have New York Emmy Award winning TV personality Eric the Reptile Guy and some of his amazing animal friends. There will be two highly interactive 30-minute educational programs that will rotate 15 minutes apart each day. Plus loads of staff with animals out for people to interact with in a family-friendly, hands-on environment. In addition to being fun and educational, it also supports many amazing causes!

You should give yourself about 2 hours to see and do everything.

Friday January 17th - 1 PM to 8 PM
Saturday January 18th - 10 AM to 5 PM
Sunday January 19th - 10 AM to 5 PM

PRESENTATION TIMES: for Saturday and Sunday
Reptiles and Invertebrates - 10:15/11:45/1:15/2:45/4:15
Mammals - 11:00/12:30/2:00/3:30

Single Admission: $14.00
After 4 people in a group, each additional person is: $10
Kids 2 and under are FREE

SAVE: Buy tickets online and save $2.50 per ticket! This discount is available only before the first day of the event. Buy online tickets here:

They do not turn anyone away for financial reasons. Please email if admission is an issue for you and they will make arrangements for you.

SPECIAL TIMES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS FAMILIES - a special sensitivity hour from 9 am to 10 am on Saturday that is FREE for anyone who has a family member with special circumstances that may not be able to attend for one reason or another during the regular operating hours. .

The Newburgh Mall is located just off 84 and the Thruway at 1401 NY-300, Newburgh, NY. Easy to get to from anywhere in the Hudson Valley.

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