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Endangered Wolf Center

#1 of 13 things to do in Eureka Features Animals
6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025-1669
+1 636-938-5900
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Great outdoors activity for the whole family.

We were able to see grey and red wolves as well as several fox species.The classroom education... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Tiffany W
Great Educational Tour

My 5.5 year old loves wild animals and nature. After seeing reading a book about the sled dog... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Reservations are required for all tours and easily made by phone or online. Public tours at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Private tours Wednesday through Sunday. Check our online calendar or call for availability of public and private tours, wolf howls and other evening events. The Endangered Wolf Center's mission is "To preserve and protect Mexican wolves red wolves and other wild canid species, with purpose and passion, through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction and inspiring education programs."
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“painted dogs” (11 reviews)
“wolf howl” (10 reviews)
“private tour” (9 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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6750 Tyson Valley Rd, Eureka, MO 63025-1669
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+1 636-938-5900

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Reviewed yesterday

We were able to see grey and red wolves as well as several fox species.The classroom education before the tour was great and very informational.

Thank Tiffany W
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My 5.5 year old loves wild animals and nature. After seeing reading a book about the sled dog Balto; she has been eager to learn more about wolves. The 30 min classroom info session was very interesting . It even held the attention of my...More

Thank WorldTravelrUSAandZA
Reviewed 4 days ago

I took my teen grandsons to visit and the experience was wonderful. There was an orientation session where we learned a lot about the endangered and threatened animals at the center. Then were able to visit the enclosures for an "up close" look at these...More

Thank 261lloydc
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Thank you so much for coming to our tour! We work hard on having an interesting and educational experience for every guest who attends-- and we're so glad it was the same for you! Definitely come back to see us again sometime!

Reviewed 1 week ago

It was our first time visiting the Endangered Wolf Center, and it did not disappoint! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable on the different species represented at the center. We lucked out and had very cool weather for August, therefore the animals were pretty active!...More

Thank JulieSTL1978
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks for coming out to see us, Julie! We are so glad that you had such a great time at our center and that the weather worked in our favor! Our wolf howls are also a wonderful and unique experience-- and you would get to...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

Our visit to The Endangered Wolf Center was wonderful and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The PredaTour gave us a chance to see all of the resident animals and was educational and fascinating. The Foxy Friday Wine and Cheese was fun. Daisy the Fennec Fox is...More

Thank Susan K
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you so much for spending so much time with us, Susan! It's so great that you got to experience a plethora of our programs that we offer-- we try to make each one of them enjoyable and unique. We are so grateful! Definitely come...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We had yet another amazing experience at the Endangered Wolf Center on August 4. First, we got to meet a Fennec Fox named Daisy and an adorable Maned Wolf pup named Lucky. Next we walked a short distance into the woods where the Mexican and...More

Thank Deb F
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you so much for attending our howl, Deb! It's so wonderful that the wolves were able to put on a show for you! We are so glad you enjoyed it as much as we did. Thank you for supporting us by attending our howl--...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was very hot,but we still got to see almost all of the 'guests'! Mexican Gray wolves (including one chap digging a sofa relaxing), .. Red wolves, .. African Painted dogs, .. Maned wolf, .. Fennec foxes, .. and others were very relaxed even with...More

Thank Lee L
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you so much for coming out and meeting our guests, Lee! Bryce is a great tour guide, and like everyone here, is very passionate about our animals. We are so glad you were able to enjoy seeing all of our animals despite the weather!...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was hot out so our view of the wolves was limited but it was an incredible experience anyway. I learned so much. Our guide was Nick and he is so passionate and knowledgeable it was absolutely infectious! You could literally see the wonder in...More

Thank Valerie R
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you so much for visiting, Valerie! We are so happy that Nick was able to make your tour wonderful. We aim to change people's views of these animals for the better. Please come visit us again sometime-- we hope that the animals will be...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a great place to see wolves and do yoga! I had no idea that this center was so close to my home in Fenton! I was totally impressed with the tour guide and her insight about the center and the animals! I will be...More

Thank Jill B
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you so much for coming out and doing yoga with us, Jill! We are so excited you had such a great time here. Definitely join us for the yoga in September-- we would love to have you!

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We attended a private tour and were so impressed with the information provided by the guide. Learning about the endangered wolf species housed at the center was eye opening. The progress made here with repopulating these wolves is beyond expectation and seeing the beautiful wolves...More

Thank Kathy L
EndangeredWolfCenter, Guest Relations Manager at Endangered Wolf Center, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you so much for coming out and visiting us, Kathy! We are so glad you had a great time at our center. We try our best to always make progress with these critically endangered animals. Thanks again and come back to see us sometime!

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Ali H
5 January 2017|
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Response from EndangeredWolfCenter | Property representative |
Hello Ali! The Endangered Wolf Center is a no-touch facility-- even our keepers do not touch the wolves! This is because we would like them to remain as wild as possible, as they may be released back into their habitat... More
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