I went to this place with my 2 yr old son. We had fun until we went into the bird enclosure. My son was attacked by a peacock. The peacock left four scratches on his face (from the temple to the chin) a deep 1" gash (that was bleeding) on his head, and two scratches on his neck. When he fell he hit the concrete and busted his lip and was bleeding. I went to the front desk to get help and other than saying I'm sorry they did nothing. I asked the lady there for something to clean the wounds and she offered me moist towelettes (yes, the kind you get at restaurants). I went in the bathroom and cleaned the wounds as best I could and my wife had some triple antibiotic which we applied. When we went back to the counter she was on the phone talking to someone explaining what happened. After talking to on the phone she explained to us that the peacock was trying to mate with the female and that's why he attacked my son. If that's not admitting guilt, I don't know what it is. I told her that a peacock trying to breed should not be in an enclosure where people are going to be interacting with it. She sait it was the first time that had happened, but later she told my wife that they had had a complaint about the peacock that morning. After that we left. I kept cleaning the wound for the remaining vacation days, but it got infected and my son still has a bump in the head from the attack. We went on June 19 and it is July 12. He had to go to the doctor twice and has had two series of antibiotics. Unbelievably the treatment and lack of action /help on the part of the staff of this place was even worse than the attack. If after this story you still decide to visit, avoid the peacock in the bird enclosure. I wish we could include pictures here.