Come Visit Us
After nearly 18 years of traveling to and serving New England communities – we are ALSO now inviting you to visit us here in the NH Seacoast! We encourage you to come to our homes in Barrington and Rochester, New Hampshire. Visitation is by reservation, registration, or invitation only.
See below for details!
Ambassador Animal Sanctuary Tours
Contact us today to schedule your group’s private Ambassador Animal Sanctuary Tour at our legacy facility in Rochester, NH to see and learn about 45+ of our amazing dependent animals up close!
Feed an African Giant Crested Porcupine, hold a friendly parrot, pet a giant tortoise or watch an alligator feeding! Each tour is varied, and custom/themed tours are often offered.
We are the only USDA licensed facility in New Hampshire exhibiting an African Serval Cat, Wallabies / Kangaroos, Alligators, Coatimundi, tropical and African porcupines and much more!
When we say private, we mean it! Only one group (up to 8 people for public groups) is on our location at any one time. Gather close friends or family for an incredible and safe hour and a half as our guests!
Tours are educational and fun with plenty of hands-on experience, and also includes Memory Photos taken by our staff.
Group rate is $195
Summer tour is fully handicapped-accessible.
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Ecology Center Visits, Hikes & Private Events
An amazing 7-generation family farm on Beauty Hill Road in Barrington NH – this is our newer property that we are honored to be able to steward as a nature preserve, native endangered species protected habitat, and resource for us to connect kids and adults with nature, and human nature!.
Coming Fall of 2021
- We are excited to soon be offering a “Farm & Forest” Birthday Party Space for groups of up to 20 people
- Guided / Themed Hikes on the developing trail system
Seminars & Events
Animal and nature lovers of all ages! Stay tuned for updates about public seminars and events happening at our Ecology Center & Farm School in Barrington, NH — featuring everything from guest lecturers to community roundtables to group paint nights focused on animals, habitats, conservation, sustainability, nutrition, and all things science and the outdoors.