Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage

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Finding activities and attractions for a toddler in Las Vegas was surprisingly easy! So easy in fact that we didn’t get a chance to see them all. One that was at the top of our list was The Mirage Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat. I have been there a few times as an adult and enjoyed it so I knew my two year old son would love it too.

Mirage Secret Garden

Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat:

This attraction may be most known for their playful dolphins but you’ll also find animals such as tigers, lions, leopards and more. The dolphins are always my favorite because they seem so happy and playful!

Come face-to-face with some of nature’s most exotic and majestic creatures at Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Explore, learn and play in an enchanting world of white lions, white tigers, panthers, leopards and our family of bottlenose dolphins, right in our backyard.

Mirage Secret Garden

You can really see how every member of the staff really cares about these animals. Watching their interaction with the dolphins is really amazing!

From the upper (outdoor) level you can see the dolphins play and entertain the guests while underground you can watch them play underwater. My son loved the lower level and kept running back and forth between the windows to watch them. He was squealing with excitement so loudly he almost sounded like a dolphin! This was one of the highlights of his trip!

Mirage Secret GardenThere are also a couple of gift shops within the attraction and a small cafe with tables and chairs so you can enjoy a light snack while watching the dolphins play. It really is a relaxing environment.

For those of you who want a special once in a lifetime experience, check out their VIP Packages like Yoga with Dolphins, Trainer For A Day and more!

*Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets to this attraction. All of the opinions expressed here are my own.

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