Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for one adult admission to Adult or Family Adventure, with photo gift (up to a $24 value)
- $48 for four adult admissions to Adult or Family Adventure, with photo gift (up to a $96 value)
Patrons can choose between two 4"x6" photos or one 5"x7" photo of their favorite animal.
The 1.5- to 2-hour Adult Adventure is geared toward adults and children aged 12 and older.
The 1- to 1.5-hour Family Adventure, designed for all ages, specifically caters to interests aged from 7–11.
In both tours, guests will learn about the animals themselves, their habitats, their role in the ecosystem, and how they are cared for. Tickets for children aged 2-11 are available for $8 when tours are scheduled, and infants under 2 are admitted free.
Tours are generally available Friday through Sunday, and some weekdays surrounding holidays. See the tour calendar.
The seasoned tour guides at the Conservators’ Center in Burlington, North Carolina have had their fair share of animal adventures. It is these that help them provide guests with once-in-a-lifetime experiences with exotic wildlife, with more than 30 lions, tigers, and leopards.
Tours bring customers unique experiences, such as eye-to-eye experiences with tigers, and an "oofing", the Center's description for the earth-shaking lion's roar when they call to one another. On every tour, guides will "oof" to the lions, who often respond. Visitors will also get to observe wolves romping through the woods, and the discovery of lesser-known species such as servals and binturongs.
Being true to their mission of wildlife education, conservation, and rescue, the nonprofit Conservators' Center houses animal residents who were in need of a new home. They all live comfortable lives in this haven for wild animals.
99% of 666 customers recommend
“Wear good walking shoes and bring a good camera. You will definitely want to take advantage of your opportunity to get great photos of these beautiful animals up close. ”
“Enjoyable way to support a good cause.”
“do not go on a very hot day”