Address708 Co Rd 345, Attalla, AL 35954

Visitor Info

Current Hours

March 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021

Weekends

Friday - Sunday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

$15 for adults $7.50 children 4 and up
Location

Address

708 Co Rd 345, Attalla, AL 35954
Google Maps

Visitors’ Reviews

“What a delightful surprise. I heard about this place on the Rick and Bubba radio show. We were not that far and decided to stop by. Man we were impressed. Lots of tigers and lions to see up close. If your in North East Alabama you should check this place out.”

Andrea M.

“What a great place with many wild animals. Lions tigers and bears oh my. Wolves, white tigers, Grizzlies and more. Animals are very well taken care of. I highly recommend going there.”

Kris K.

“This is such a beautiful preserve and we had an enjoyable experience. It truly is an amazing opportunity to be so close to such majestic creatures. The staff was also friendly. We will come back!”

Rose H.

FAQs & Rules

What is your COVID-19 Policy?

HEALTH AND SAFETY UPDATE REGARDING THE COVID-19 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

Tigers For Tomorrow’s mission is to preserve and protect the animals in our care. To protect our guests, staff, volunteers and community amid concerns of the Covid-19 outbreak, we will continue to re-access the Covid-19 pandemic in our state.

Beginning in MARCH we will REOPEN for GENERAL ADMISSION

on WEEKENDS – Saturdays and Sundays 9am-5pm

We will remain closed in February for General Admission, but Private and small group tours can be made by reservation only,

1-4 people for $200 by reservation only. For more info please email Sue at [email protected] or text 256-364-0143.

The tours are guided walking tours about 1.5 hours long.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to reassess the Covid-19 pandemic in our state.

MASKS ARE REQUIRED  and SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES APPLY.

Our animals are healthy and well, and we will continue to provide them with the dedicated, professional care that we always have. Critical operations staff, including animal care teams and other selected employees, will continue working at the preserve to provide vital care to our animals and infrastructure.

How long does it take to see the animals?

Most guests tend to stay for about 2 hours, however, if you plan your visit you can have a full day with our animals.

Are pets allowed at the preserve?

No Pets: Trained service animals are permitted. Guests with these animals should notify the Preserve in advance of their visit by calling 256-524-4150. Also, please notify Admissions when arriving at the Preserve.

We discourage guests from bringing pets and leaving them in parked vehicles. Distressed pets will be removed from vehicles.

Can I take photos of the animals?

Yes photos are allowed unless signs permit otherwise. We ask you be respectful and refrain form necessary whistling or sounds to get the animals attention and please be considerate when using flash.

No videos are allowed with without express permission, including social media.