The newly re-branded "Tiger King Park" is open for business!
That's right! For a modest entry fee, you too can see and cuddle some of Joe Exotic's famous big cats. He's definitely around in spirit, even though the park is now run by Jeff and Lauren Lowe, the new owners.
TMZ reported huge crowds at the grand re-opening, and social distancing was out the proverbial window. The controversial practice of cub petting is still an option, and it seems like the popularity of the recent Netflix documentary, Tiger King, has drummed up increased business for the infamous exotic animal park.
General admission is just $15 per person and $10 for children under 12. If you have $80 to spare, you can get a two-person appointment for six minutes of playtime in the nursery with the baby animals. For the full VIP tour, you'll have to shell out $195 per person, but it includes a full tour of the zoo, with impromptu feeding opportunities with all different types of animals.
If you can't quite swing the trip to Oklahoma, you can always show your big cat love with some official Tiger King merchandise. Tiger-striped T-shirt? Don't mind if I do!
Courtesy of Tiger King Park
What do you think about the re-opening of Tiger King Park? Worth the money, or is it just a sad sideshow? Sound off in the comments!