Tiger World

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4400 Cook Road, Rockwell, NC 28138.


  • Tiger World

    $8 for $15 - Get Close to Your Favorite Furry Friends with One Adult or Child Admission Ticket


    Limit 2 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per customer per visit. Children age.. read more 2 and under are free. Excludes holidays. Entire value must be used in a single visit More than 65,700 Facebook likes! Take your young naturalist on a one-of-a-kind adventure at this nonprofit conservation and education center in nearby Rockwell, and make sure to check out the new exhibits and newly rescued animals at Cougar Mountain, the Austrailian Outback, and the Wolf Habitat:. $8 ($15 value) for one adult admission ticket. $6 ($12 value) for one child's admission ticket -- ages 2 to 12. Find out more about the new bear enclosure for Brutus and Cleo, feeding times, tours, and more "We LOVE Tiger World. It's such an amazing experience to take even a little part in the conservation they're doing. We enjoy getting the up-close and personal experience of interacting with animals and the staff. " - LivingSocial Member "The people there were fabulous and they shared information about the animals. The animals looked very well cared for. We very much enjoyed our time and we will be returning. " - LivingSocial Member A Roaring Good Time Open every day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. (except Wednesday), this unique facility is home to more than three dozen tigers and lions that you can witness up close. Take a walk through this friendly, safe, and clean Rockwell facility while learning about the animals' natural habitats. Tiger World's Website | Facebook

    • Added 01/26/15 by livingsocial | Purchase by: 01/29/15
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Melissa S.
Loved it! We Took our five-year-old son to see the Tigers. It is small but quaint easy to see all the animals. There are birds Tigers, kangaroos,monkeys,...

Danielle D.
Tiger World offers a carnivore tour during the summer on Thursday evenings where they take you from cage to cage and talk about their animals as they chuck...

Brian F.
I remember when this new tiger sanctuary was trying to set up shop in Chester County near Rock hill. The locals feared that the animals might get loose and...
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Jessica Herbst
They use the money for improvements to the animals' care! Better than last year. Great place
MaryKay lady General
Tigers are very playful :)
Randy Staten Jr.
Go in the evening or for the Thursday feeding. The cats weren't very active in afternoon sun. But when they were...Wow
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rating 4.2 out of 5
Paul Johansen
We have been about a half dozen times, it's close to home and so peaceful there, and in many ways better than driving all the way to Columbia zoo. Never crowded, but up close and personal with the animals. You can just sit and watch the animals as long as you like. A great stress reliever, highly re....
Kay B
My family has gone to TigerWorld before and it is an amazing place! We adopted a tiger there and we used to go all the time. We haven't gone in a while because it's been winter. Now it's spring so we're gonna try to go soon. When I went there it looked like a nice little place that is welcome to all....
Teri Keener Mewhorter
We just had our first visit and we are hooked. We love animals and have three rescues My husband loves tigers and I love wolves so it works out wonderfully. Lea, Jen, and the staff work really hard so all donations count! We will be volunteering for such a good cause. 120 miles is not that far f....
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