Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue

Rock Springs, WI

Where are we going?

Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue
305 Pine Street
Rock Springs

608 524 5466

What is there to do?

The Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue and Education Center is a valulable and inspiring animal resource dedicated to rescuing the creatures and re-educating the public about their needs.

You can explore the facility and observe the guests on a self guided tour, which is best with young kids who just want to look and move on.

For a more intensive visit you can pre book from a selection of led tours: Morning Feeding, which takes 1 to 2 hours; the Founders Tour (visiting their oldest residents and learning their stories) which is 45 minutes to an hour.

The last is the best if the kids can stay up: the Night Tour takes in an hour's worth of a much more active scene: the big cats are all awake and on the move, vastly different to day time observation.

How much does it cost?

Adults: Self Guided $9, other $25

Children: Self Guided $6, other $15

Free Under: 3 years.


When can we go?

Every day during summer season 10am to 5pm. Seasonal variations apply around that.


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