Preservation Station

4898 S Hwy 17

North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


Phone: (843) 361-4552

City: North Myrtle Beach

Region: Coastal & Islands

Preservation Station

Here is your chance to see the World's Rarest Tigers, up-close and un-caged for FREE. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. Come visit our T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station and see these animals playing and relaxing in an outdoor environment. You will be able to see Bengal tigers, Siberian tigers, Royal White Bengal tigers and the rarest tiger in the world, the Golden Tabby tiger. You will also be able to talk with the tiger trainers and learn everything you ever wanted to know and more.

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