National Tiger Sanctuary Branson, MO
518 State Hwy BB • Saddlebrooke, MO 65630
Explore the diverse campus of the National Tiger Sanctuary, a non-profit tiger sanctuary Missouri facility near Branson. Built to ensure the well-being of tigers and exotic and domestic animals, this sanctuary offers an array of experiences to foster a love for nature in the hearts of visitors. Take a tour and learn their stories while giving back to a great cause.
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The National Tiger Sanctuary is located at 518 State Hwy BB, Saddlebrooke, MO 65630, just a quick drive from Branson, MO.
All guests safely view the tigers from three feet away.
The number of big cats depend upon the tour selected. - Awareness tours have the opportunity to meet up to 10 cats from 2 species. - Feeding tours have the opportunity to meet up to 12 cats from 4 species.
The tours are outside, so please dress for the day’s forecast and wear comfortable walking shoes.
National Tiger Sanctuary tours are approximately one hour and you will walk approximately 1/4 mile during that time. There are benches to rest along the path.
Yes. However, some will have better mobility than others on the gravel pathways. Wagons that can be pulled behind typically perform better than strollers. Power and power-assist chairs do very well! Traditional walkers are not recommended. Mobility scooters are welcome or can be rented for $5.00.
Yes, and the tours operate rain or shine. Please dress accordingly.
No. Out of a healthy respect for the large carnivores in their care, at no time will there be an opportunity to hold, touch, or pet any of the cats.
Yes, if they are good canine citizens as outlined below you may bring your dog. - Service animals are welcome on all tours - Companion animals are welcome on our walking tours but are prohibited on our riding tours. - Good canine citizens do not bark or bite, jump on other guests, or antagonize our cats. - Dogs who are unable to remain good canine citizens will be escorted, with their human, back to the gift shop.