Treat Feed - Conservators Center

Meet a Big Cat Experience

(Private Tour)

A new and utterly unforgettable experience…right here at the Center.

Be the envy of all your friends — feed a tiger or lion! If you only have time for quick visit, at 30 minutes, this experience is great for the busiest Conservators Center fans! Our tour guides will assist you, (kids over age 3 are permitted), as you safely feed treats to one of our animal residents from the gravel path. You’ll even have the opportunity to take pictures of this amazing event. The animals enjoy this social interaction, and of course are delighted with getting special treats and attention.

Have Questions Please check our Tour FAQ! You can also send us an email from our Contact Us page, or give us a call at 888.650.1139.

Note: This page is for private groups – have the Treat Feeding experience to yourself and your party members.   We also have regularly scheduled public tours available on our tour calendar.




  • Ages
  • Tour Length
  • Group Size

Private Group

$84for up to 5 people

  • 3 and Up Only
  • 30 minutes
  • Up to 5 People total
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Add-on After a Tour

$68for up to 5 people

  • 3 and Up Only
  • 30 minutes
  • Up to 5 People
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Accessibility, Safety, and Pets

The Conservators Center's park is not wheelchair accessible; however, accessibility accommodations are available for visitors with mobility issues. Please note that we do not allow unauthorized vehicles, including scooters or motorized wheelchairs, in the park. You can find more information about disability accommodations and handicapped access in the Tour FAQ on our Plan Your Visit page. Please note that strollers are also not permitted in the park.

If you are planning to visit the Center, please take a moment to review and complete our tour waiver. Waivers will also be available in the gift shop for visitors to complete during the check-in process.

For safety reasons, the Conservators Center does not allow visitors to bring pets on site. Any visitor who brings an animal to the Center will be asked to leave immediately. We do not allow visitors to leave animals unattended in a vehicle at any time of year.