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Tiger World

4400 Cook Road, Rockwell

Single-Day Pass or Annual Pass to Tiger World Through October 31, 2021 (Up to 50% Off)

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Visitors can admire tigers and other big cats at an animal sanctuary that promotes awareness of conservation and endangered species

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day trip
family day
3 ratings3 reviews
November 4, 2021
Nice layout, nice staff, and the enclosures were very clean. Some walkways are unpaved or have exposed tree roots nearby, so wear comfortable shoes.
7 ratings2 reviews1 photos
October 18, 2021
A lot of animals to see clean and very nice staff.
2 ratings2 reviews
October 12, 2021
I wish I would’ve used this Groupon sooner! We had a great time and are excited to go back! The enclosures are well maintained and the animals are well cared for. It’s not a fancy place, but it doesn’t need to be. You can see that they really take pride in caring for their animals, and that’s what makes this place such a nice facility. They have a nice variety of animals and some fun experiences too. We did the sloth encounter and it was amazing! I love that they have so many volunteers there helping with the upkeep and educating the guests. I myself have looked into volunteering here too, that’s how much we liked it!
3 ratings2 reviews2 photos
October 10, 2021
We love Tiger World! There is plenty of room to spread out, walk around, and see all the animals. Tiger World does a great job giving these animals a chance at the best life they can have in spite their previous circumstances that won’t allow them to live in the wild.
3 ratings2 reviews8 photos
September 26, 2021
I really enjoyed myself.
1 ratings1 reviews
September 26, 2021
My family enjoy going here, but it seems like the bears are always sleeping. But my oldest son absolutely loves the lions there and hearing them roar.
Anthonytop reviewer
5 ratings5 reviews
September 13, 2021
My wife and I bought the annual pass and used it in November of last year. We were actually very surprised at the number of exhibits they had. I've seen smaller cages in zoos with a lot more funding. Lots of cats you don't get to see all in one place. We were even fortunate enough to see two cubs being fed by the staff. We're going back again in October and can't wait to see how big they are now. Overall it was a really nice experience and the staff was very nice and receptive. I'm sure smaller children will love it, too.
4 ratings3 reviews
September 13, 2021
I thought the cages were small for the animals. I think animals that large would want running space. A lot of them were 'pacing' which I related to anxiety. It was interesting overall.
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About This Deal

  • Wildlife park features a large variety of exotic animals including big cats such as tigers and lions, as well as other tropical species from all over the world.
  • Free admission for children under 2
  • Free parking available
  • Amenities: onsite cafeteria

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2021. Amount paid never expires. Printed vouchers preferred. Admission options must be used in one visit. Not valid during special Tiger World events, including the Wild Easter Egg Hunt and Toasting For Tigers. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Tiger World

Every animal at Tiger World has a story. Take Michael, for example. This Timbavati white lion comes from a conservation center in South Africa and—like all lions of his kind—displays the condition of leucism, which causes loss of pigmentation in the skin and fur (but not the lips, eyes, or paws). Each animal also plays a role in the larger cause of this nonprofit zoo: to promote awareness of the need to rescue, rehabilitate, and preserve threatened or endangered animals for the future.

  • Meet more than 50 animals. Exhibits on African, Asian, Australian, and American wildlife include everything from parrots to big cats to primates.
  • Endangered species on display include the ring-tailed lemur and bengal tigers. Some species, including the Eastern cougar, are extinct in the wild.
  • To support the zoo after visiting, donate directly to Tiger World or adopt an animal.