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National Tiger Sanctuary

#1 of 1 things to do in Saddlebrooke Features Animals
518 State Highway Bb, Saddlebrooke, MO 65630-3046
+1 417-587-3633
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Wonderful Tour

Both our young kids loved the tour as did m uhh husband and me. It was educational. Plus, you get... read more

Reviewed yesterday
kzewers
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Minnesota
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DON'T MISS THIS PLACE

Best kept secret in Branson...and the word needs to get out!! Well worth $25 for awareness tour and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
rfranks2017
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Liberty, Missouri
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National Tiger Sanctuary is a non-profit, rescue facility that currently cares for a variety of big cats, including white and orange tigers, lions, leopards, and mountain lions. Visit our big cats from three feet away at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, or 4 pm Wednesday through Sunday. Ask about special tours where you can go behind the scenes or feed the cats yourself! Photography and questions encouraged. By guided tour only so the cats can rest. Reservations only requested for the Behind the Scenes Tour. National Tiger Sanctuary is an educational campus dedicated to bringing awareness to the environmental conditions and their effects on the earth's ecosystems. Our mission is much bigger than just caring for our furry friends; we believe that through education we can all have a positive impact on the environment!
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:30
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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518 State Highway Bb, Saddlebrooke, MO 65630-3046
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+1 417-587-3633
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Both our young kids loved the tour as did m uhh husband and me. It was educational. Plus, you get really close to the animals.

Thank kzewers
Reviewed 3 days ago

Best kept secret in Branson...and the word needs to get out!! Well worth $25 for awareness tour and worth $35 for a feeding tour! It is fun, educational and you won't get this up close anywhere else. Have been twice and will go every time...More

Thank rfranks2017
Reviewed 1 week ago

We are really glad these people care so much about cats in need! The animals are beautiful and at peace in their home. Our guide was so informative and personable. She made us stop and think about animal treatment by humans. It's a very cruel...More

Thank Saundy R
Reviewed 1 week ago

This organization is amazing, rescuing abused big cats and giving them a peaceful sanctuary where they can safely live out their lives. Their tours not only educate visitors on the needs, behavior, and nature of each species, but the individual story of each cat visitors...More

Thank renkeyd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I really enjoyed the tour of this sanctuary. My family did the Feeding Tour and it was nice to visit the animals and learn their stories. It's quite sad what people are willing to do to make a buck. Imagine a lion never having a...More

Thank mdgirl76
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went on the you feed tour in the morning. The big cats are behind double wire enclosures. I am very appreciative of the work of this sanctuary. Great family outing! You learn about each of the big cats, such as background, age, and habits.

Thank purrrson1124
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you love the magnificence of wild cats you must visit this sanctuary... the cats are amazing...they have tigers... lions .... jaguars.... 3 beautiful puppy dogs ( hee hee)...We went on the "feeding tour"..you can buy tickets to actually feed the cats but either tour...More

Thank JAB0446
Reviewed 16 June 2017

We did the "You Feed Tour" and it was very informativ, the guide had tons of great information about each cat and gave us all a chance to ask questions. It was interesting to hear where the cats came from, their condition when the Sanctuary...More

Thank Emmy07h
Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

My friend and I visited the sanctuary. This is a very nice and well run facility for big cats in need of rescue. It is clean and the animals have plenty of space and fresh food and water. The cats have neat personalities and you...More

Thank SheilaB2020
Reviewed 6 June 2017

It is good that such places exist to provide a safe haven for unwanted and abused big cats. As we took the tour, our guide related the story of each of the animals. Very educational but not handicap accessible.

Thank R A
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schleincandice
17 June 2017|
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Response from National Tiger S | Property representative |
Thank you for your interesting in National Tiger Sanctuary! We have different tours that vary in length. The shortest and most basic tour is our Awareness Tour. It lasts around 45 minutes to an hour. Our Feeding and You Feed... More
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CHRISZAmerica
2 May 2017|
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Response from National Tiger S | Property representative |
National Tiger Sanctuary is 12 miles north of 65 and the strip!
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Bobbie W
2 April 2017|
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Response from National Tiger S | Property representative |
Bobbie, Yes, we do have a gift shop where you can purchase t-shirts, stuffed animals, and many other souvenirs! Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you! Sincerely, Abbie
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