The National Tiger Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that was established in 2000 to teach preservation through education. At the sanctuary there are 18 varieties of cat species, and visitors are able to get up close to them for a once in a lifetime experience that will help change your thoughts and actions about the environment. The sanctuary was built using only private funds that were provided through donations. National Tiger Sanctuary is inspected by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) annually, to ensure their ability to safely house tigers and other big cats, as well as the education and safety of the visitors and staff. Tours are given three times daily.
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I took my kids to this over Valentines day weekend. The animals are amazing. Many of them are former show animals so they are very interactive. It was expensive but if you want to see big cats its the best place I have seen and much better than the zoo. The guides are very knowledgeable of the animals.