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Wolf Hollow is a non-profit organization established in 1990 that offers a unique opportunity to view gray wolves in as natural a setting as possible.
Visitors are given a unique opportunity to meet our resident gray wolves while enjoying an enlightening one-hour educational presentation, most engaging for ages 5 to 105. During this time visitors will observe the wolves interacting with their pack-mates at close range.
By observing how a wolf pack functions, visitors learn how wolves are a benefit to the environment around them and ultimately to us as humans because of the many parallels to our own families.
All visitors are invited to howl with the wolves at the end of each presentation. Recommended for five years and up.
Wolves are still very much a threatened species and visitors will learn what can be done to help alleviate the threat.
By the end of your visit Wolf Hollow hopes you will have gained an understanding of your own responsibility toward the sustainability of a diverse and healthy ecosystem and how you can help make an impact.
Please call to confirm hours. Open Saturdays and Sundays - weather permitting*. Hour-long structured presentations are given at 1:30 on the weekends. The gift shop is open from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM.
*Weather permitting means that if it is raining, they are closed. During the summer months the hazy, hot and humid weather is also a cause for concern, so call ahead to ensure that tours are running.
Saturdays & Sundays: Open to the public weather permitting. Hour-long structured presentations are given at 1:30. Groups of twenty people or more by reservation may visit during the week. Please call to confirm hours.
Children (ages 3-17) $8.50
under 3 free
114 Essex Road, Ipswich, MA map
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