Educational center houses endangered primates that sing and leap as visitors learn more about them and their plight
About This Deal
- Public admission hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. A tour at 10am is included with admission.
- No reservations are required. Private tours can be scheduled any day of the week. No same day private tours. Please schedule at least a week in advance.
- Weekend admissions cannot be combined to form Private Tours.
Need To Know
About Gibbon Conservation Center
Classified as small apes, the endangered gibbon hails from Asia where it acrobatically launches itself across distances of up to 40 feet, easily leaping through trees or to the front of a long checkout line of holiday shoppers. At Gibbon Conservation Center, visitors can revel in up-close glimpses of more than 40 gibbons representing five different species. As visitors stroll through the grounds, they can listen to the musical mammals–known as the songbirds of the primate family–croon in high-pitched but melodic yawps. They can also learn about the 36-year old center's efforts to conserve the endangered primates through public education and conservation.