Daily 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Daily 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Memorial Day through mid-August – 10am to 4pm (tot-time 9:30-10)
Mid-August to Labor Day Weekdays 12-4, Weekends 10-4
Open until 8pm on Wild Wednesdays (Memorial Day through Labor Day)
Tanganyika Wildlife Park is located on the West edge of Wichita at:
Google Maps and Apple Maps are both routing people to our service entrance off 183rd St W. If you use one of these apps for directions, make sure you go North to Maple St and then head West to Hawkins Ln. The true Park entrance is at the end of that road.
Luna's Canteen offers full meal combos with sandwiches, chicken strips, fries or chips, and a variety of other snacks like gourmet pretzels, nachos, etc. They also have kids meals available. The beverage selection includes a full range of bottled drinks, juices, and souvenir cups for smoothies like the Tanganyika Twister, coffee-based drinks like the Giraffe-a-Latte and Okapi-ccino to keep you energized, slushies, and self-service fountain drinks.
The Thirsty Sloth provides four local beers on tap and up to four different frozen beverages such as Margaritas, Sangrias, etc. During the Spring and Fall it is typically only open on the weekends. During the summer, it will be open daily.
If you don't want to try one of our delicious dining options, you are welcome to bring in your own food and beverages except for glass containers and alcohol.
Step into the comfort of this luxurious 5BR home in the very heart of Tanganyika Wildlife Park, allowing you to observe cheetahs from the back deck. Situated in the most interactive zoo in the Midwest, it promises a relaxing retreat surrounded by mesmerizing nature and wildlife
Luxurious design, scenic views, and a rich amenity list will leave you in awe.
The Wichita metro area offers a range of convenient hotel options to choose from if you are visiting Tanganyika from out of town or planning to extend your stay overnight.