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Overview: Tours and Educational Programs

A female mongoose lemur nibbles fresh browse

Onsite Tours

Since lemurs are not naturally adapted to cold weather climates, our on-site tours are seasonally dependent and options are limited in the winter. We look forward to reopening a full schedule of tours in Spring 2022, and we appreciate your understanding as we keep our lemurs happy and healthy. To learn more please visit our onsite tours homepage.

Please note that you must have a prepaid tour reservation in order to visit the DLC—this includes the grounds and gift shop, as well as any tour. In order to keep the endangered primates that call the DLC home safe and healthy, we regret that we cannot accommodate any walk-in visitors in any capacity. If you would like to make a reservation to shop in our gift shop separately from a scheduled tour, please contact us at primate@duke.edu. 


A ruffed lemur during a Painting with Lemurs project

Virtual Programs and Camps

Virtual programs are a wonderful way to learn about lemurs AND to support the DLC! Options range from weeklong summer camps to premium, custom experiences. Visit our virtual programs homepage to learn more!


Questions?

Please call the Lemur Landing front desk at (919) 401-7240 or email primate@duke.edu. We’ll be happy to help!