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Wolf Hollow

#4 of 20 things to do in Ipswich Features Animals
Rte 133 east, Ipswich, MA
+1 978-356-0216
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So cool and informative!!!

My friend had heard about this place since she was little and yet had never got the chance to go... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
tnr040470
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Nashua, New Hampshire
Informative Display On Wolves

It was very informative and taught me new things about wolves. They have a viewing area where... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
NYY_FanIn_BOS_Nation
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Boston, Massachusetts
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  • Average3%
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Rte 133 east, Ipswich, MA
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+1 978-356-0216
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My friend had heard about this place since she was little and yet had never got the chance to go. So we decided to check it out on a Sunday afternoon. Its definitely a tricky little place to find, with very little advertising or signs...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was very informative and taught me new things about wolves. They have a viewing area where they show the wolves.

Reviewed 2 May 2017

Great for five year olds and older. I left with an appreciation and respect for the wolves, also a sadness for their limited numbers. Wonderful way to learn.

Reviewed 24 April 2017

Wolf Hollow is an amazing conservation place in Ipswich. There is a very informative presentation and time to check out all the wolf pens. The shows can sell out, so arrive early, or be prepared to get tickets for the next show. The presenters can...More

Reviewed 15 April 2017

The sanctuary employees and especially owner were very informed and gave a good presentation. Good for kids and lots of reasons to reconsider how to help these beautiful endangered animals. It was crowded and sold out quick but nevertheless nice.

Reviewed 3 April 2017

Wolf Hollow is a couple of miles from my home. I pass it all the time on my way to Essex, and wonder what's going on there. So this past Sunday, I made plans to visit with the family. So happy I did. Forget Disney,...More

Reviewed 29 January 2017

A wonderful opportunity to learn about wolves. Very informative and good questions from the visitors. I would recommend it for children and adults. Arrive early, it gets full quickly.

Reviewed 23 January 2017

Absolutely Inspiring! A cold Sunday winter afternoon that brought heartfelt respect for Wolf’s and their caregivers. The cost was nominal. In my opinion, I would have paid more and they should consider adding a few dollars to the small fee they charge. The presenter of...More

Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

We went on a sunny cold day. The speaker really knew so much about the wolves. He was interesting and kept giving the animals a bit to eat. I enjoyed the lecture what parts I got to hear. I had an active 3 year old...More

Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

My husband and I recently visited Wolf Hollow on a recommendation from a friend. The educational lecture was about an hour and fifteen minutes. It was entertaining while very educational. The people who operate this facility are very passionate about preserving wolves. During the talk...More

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dgull1217
17 October 2016
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Response from Angielynn7 | Reviewed this property
There is a wooden ramp that leads down to the area where the wolves are and the talk is given. I am not sure how easy it would be to get a wheelchair down but when i was there an elderly gentleman did have a walker. I... More
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Arun G
1 July 2016
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Response from tolive | Reviewed this property
yes, you need to purchase tickets for admission. I remember they have two tour schedule each day. check their website and call ahead for ticket info on busy holiday long weekend
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