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Tigers for Tomorrow, Attalla
(4.3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was really cool to see these beautiful animals up close! We saw lions, tigers, wolves, fox, servals, bobcats, mountain lions, bears and more! The walking paths and overall terrain are a little roug...  more »
  • Lots of tigers to see. They seemed very energetic and happy. The pathway around the zoo is not handicap accessible and no strollers. Be careful on the pathway it is very rocky and uneven. Downfall is ...  more »
  • Visiting this place is simply a MUST. We could not believe we were able to be so close to tigers, lions, and bears. We were so impressed with the cleanliness of this preserve and with the care and kin...  more »
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  • Really great place and wonderful folks! Went there on a 3rd grade field trip with my son. Lots to see and more than I had expected. All animals have been born in captivity and are being preserved for education and awareness. No sad eyes longing for the wild here. Lots of uneven terrain and paths. Four Stars only because I use a cane and found it moderately difficult to walk on existing dirt/rock/gravel. They did offer assistance via Polaris vehicle if needed though. A must see hidden treasure in NE Alabama.
  • What a great place! The long drive and $15 admission (9/2016) were totally worth it. Lots of tigers, lions, some bears, foxes, wolves, a beautiful panther, and more. These animals looked well cared for in large clean cages, many with large pools of water they could swim in. We could get fairly close to their cages but it also felt very safe.
  • This is a professional park/reserve that obviously treats their animals very well. They have a great variety of animals—especially of large cats—and you can get close enough to them to really appreciate their size and stunning beauty. Besides the wild animals, they also have goats that kids can pet. My group's tour guide was very knowledgeable, well paced, and patient with kids. Much of the park is shaded, so on a sunny day you won't fry in the sun. Admission prices are quite reasonable. On the downside, you can't take video and it's not possible to get good photos because all the animals are behind metal fencing—no plexiglass sections for photos. I wish many of the animals had larger cages/areas to run around in, but I think they're trying hard to make that happen. Finally, the park is not really close to anything, so a typical 2-hour visit will require 3 or more hours of driving to-and-from the closest large cities.
  • This place is not the best. The wolves are cooped up in a tiny little place all pacing around, did you know wolves territory is 100 + miles in the wild?! NOT 5 yards! Besides giving them plastic pieces as "toys" can hurt their gums and if it digested it can KILL them! The wolves I know where kept in a very unnatural habitat and were clearly unhappy. I am very unsatisfied.
  • Staff was very friendly and gave tons of information on the animals. You could tell they really care about the animals. There were a lot of different animals and I really enjoyed how close you could get. It was also very affordable. I would recommend it for the kids or just for animal lovers.