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Our Residents
Can’t Wait To Meet You!

We hope you come to us with an open mind and leave having broadened your circle of compassion to include farmed animals. You will have a great time and feel better informed on the harmful effects of animal agriculture on our health, our nonhuman friends, and the Earth we all share. 

From the Luvin Arms care takers to our residents, we all can’t wait to have you visit us!


For A Lifetime

A tour of Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary is much more than a fun day spent getting to know our amazing family of rescued animals. In fact, it is nearly impossible to leave without developing a deeper understanding of the unique personalities and complex emotional lives that all animals lead. 

Your Tour

Join us as we learn how we can create a more compassionate and sustainable future for all beings.

Connecting Community through Compassion Tours

During the Connecting Community through Compassion Tour, you will meet all of the residents (10 different species!) in an immersive 1.5 - 2 hour experience. We invite you to connect with our residents, hear their inspiring stories, and discover the 'WHY' of what we do.

Join us as we learn how we can create a more compassionate and sustainable future for all beings. As an added bonus, you will be able to see a demonstration of our one-of-a-kind Clicker Play program! At the conclusion of your tour, we invite you to come and check out our Welcome Center.

Public tours occur on Saturdays and Sundays at 11am and 1:30pm. All public tours must be reserved in advance – we cannot accommodate drop-in visitors. We kindly request a suggested donation of $25 per adult and $15 per child.

Private Tours

Do you want a more in-depth and personal setting for your visit? Or would you like a tour on a weekday? Consider scheduling a private tour!

We kindly request a suggested donation of $300 for private tours.

For Your Visit

Arrive Early

Please arrive for your tour 15 minutes prior to when the tour begins to check in at our visitor center, which opens at 10:30am. Visitors who arrive 15 minutes late may not be allowed to attend the tour and will be asked to reschedule for a different date.

Food And Water

Food is not permitted on tours but please bring lots of water on hot days to stay hydrated throughout the tour.


Closed-toe, sturdy shoes are required for all visitors. For the majority of the time on our tours we are outdoors. On hot, sunny days we advise visitors to bring sunscreen and a hat.


While our tours are mostly wheelchair and stroller accessible, there are some areas of the sanctuary where strollers or mobility devices cannot safely enter, including resident living areas. Please contact us if you have any questions before you schedule your visit!

Companion Animals

For the comfort of our residents, please leave dogs and all other companion animals at home.

Rescued Sheep with people

Stay Safe Together

Covid Policy: To maintain social responsibility, we require that visitors for all in-person public and private tours do the following:

  • Do not visit the sanctuary if you have any fever, cough, or cold symptoms, or if you have had an exposure to someone who has tested positive.
  • Hand sanitizer is available in our visitor center.
  • Maintain a safe distance from one another.

Make it in person?

We totally understand. Check out our options for visiting with our residents virtually. We’d love to crash your next meeting!

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