Staffed by volunteers, nonprofit sanctuary provides safe haven for more than 100 animals, including chimpanzees, monkeys, and tropical birds
About This Deal
Choose Between Two Options
- $15.50 for admission for two, one bag of feed, and a picture with an alligator ($35 value)
- $31 for admission for four, one bag of feed, and a picture with an alligator ($55 value)
Guests can watch and snap photos as chimpanzees, monkeys, and tropical birds enjoy food delivered through a feeding system during public hours, and pose for a photo with an alligator. Guests can also bring dogs on leashes, coolers, and lunch. Hours of operation for the general public are Thursday through Sunday 10AM to 4PM.
About Suncoast Primate Sanctuary
Staffed by a corps of chimp-loving volunteers working alongside veterinarians, the nonprofit Suncoast Primate Sanctuary provides a safe haven for more than 100 rescued animals. Chimpanzees and monkeys swing freely in their enclosures, living out their days after being moved from other environments, including zoos, sanctuaries, and research centers, or retiring from the film industry as animal actors and studio executives. During public hours, children and adults can wander among the menagerie to feed the monkeys and meet other critters such as orangutans, macaws, lemurs, and alligators.