Private Tour

 

For the safety of our guests and our staff, we are requiring all visitors and staff to wear face masks and maintain a safe social distance during programs. We will be utilizing outdoor spaces for our classroom and gift shop, and have installed sanitation stations along the tour route.  In order to properly sanitize between programs, we will be offering a limited number of programs per day, to a limited number of guests per program. 

Private Tours are offered every day, except Tuesday, at 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm.

Reservations are required and should be made at least 72 hours in advance.
Please call 636-938-5900 to arrange a Private Tour.

TOUR PRICE
The rate is $21 for adults and $19 for children ages 4-14, with a minimum per group of $84. (Children 3 and under are free.) At this time we are requesting no more than 10 people per private tour.

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This private two-hour guided tour is the ideal way to experience the Endangered Wolf Center, with an exclusive look at additional wolf habitats not included in the public tour. Tailored to what you most want to see and learn, we’ll share insights we’ve gathered over four decades of working with and for wolves and other wild canids.

You’ll get a chance to know wolves the way we know them, far more than what the word “predator” brings to mind. Naturally shy around humans, wolves are loyal, intelligent, and highly family oriented, with social bonds so strong that they often mourn the passing of pack members for days with their howls.

We’ll also share an inside look at three additional endangered species in our care: African painted dogs, maned wolves, and swift foxes – at just 4 to 6 pounds, they are small but mighty.

You see, to be a candidate for release in the wild, wolves have to keep that instinctive shyness around humans. So, as much as we’d love to play along with their packs or snuggle with them the way we do our pets at home, we care far too much about them to do that. Their greatest chance to survive in the wild is to stay wild. And that’s what makes the Endangered Wolf Center a place every wolf lover will appreciate.