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Conservation Station reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Conservation Station, a walk through in Rafiki's Planet Watch at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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Posted: March 17, 2014

Learn about efforts to protect animals — in their native habitats and here at the park — in this interactive exhibit hall, which includes a look at a veterinary treatment room, an animal nutrition center, and an "animal encounters" stage with short demonstrations featuring some of the park's animals.

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21 votes, so far

Great place to just relax and enjoy some information on wildlife. Would not recommend to someone who is in any type of a hurry. - Jacob Sundstrom

I nice place to explore every 5 years or so. The animal exams are pretty cool! 7/10. - David L.

Boring. Not worth the trip back to this section of the park. - Rob Pastor

Educational displays like you'd find at any average zoo. - Mostly Anonymous

The whole Rafiki's Watch area is fine for your local zoo, but underwhelming for Disney. While there are one or two interesting things to do at the Conservation Station (I especially liked the sounds of the rainforest listening stations), there is just not enough "stuff" to justify the round trip time on the train in a park with short hours and better things to do. WDI needs to upgrade this area if they expect me to revisit when I return in 2013. - James Rao

This is actually one of the best places in the park for very small children, imo. The train ride to the station is pleasant, the building is nice and cool and air-conditioned, and the petting zoo is nice. Best of all, this is a great place for character meet and greets since it is not crowded. We got our pictures made with Rafiki and Jiminy Cricket and had practically no line. I like it because, unlike the rest of Animal Kingdom, you can actually move around here without being elbow to elbow with other people. - Camille Kirk

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