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Have you ever made eye contact with a 750-pound tiger? You can at the National Tiger Sanctuary, where we strive to educate children and adults alike. National Tiger Sanctuary adopted five sibling tiger cubs in July 2001. The tigers serve as ambassadors for the environmental education programs we provide. To learn more, visit our website, or find us on Facebook: National Tiger Sanctuary. We are now located about 15 miles north of Branson, or 20 minutes south of Springfield, in Saddlebrooke. If you'd like to tour the facility, please call to verify hours of operation and admission rates. Tours last anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours.
If you are using an online mapping tool or a GPS device, you may need to enter Chestnut Ridge in the "city search" to find our location.
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