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Available: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 


Limited to 6 participants


In light of growing concerns around COVID-19 (Coronavirus), recommendations from Georgia state health and government agencies, and following cancellation decisions made by similar organizations within our local communities, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center has opted to cancel Behind the Scenes tours for the immediate future.

There are no restrictions or advisories for travel or vacationing to the area or within the state of Georgia at this time, so the Georgia Sea Turtle Center will remain open providing regular programming for general admission guests.
 
For those wanting to stay updated on the current state of travel to the area and the increased protocols being taken on Jekyll Island, please visit: http://www.jekyllisland.com/jekyll-island-authority/covid-19/

The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a working rehabilitation hospital for sick and injured animals. Tour subject to cancellation without advanced notice due to emergencies.

Ever wonder what it is like to be on the other side of the Treatment Window? Wish you could get a closer look at the patients? You’re in luck! The Georgia Sea Turtle Center (GSTC) offers daily Behind the Scenes Tours!*

Guided by a member of our Education staff, guests will visit food preparation areas, animal holding areas, the Treatment Room, Radiology and Surgical Suite.

Cost: $32.10 per/person includes state tax & general admission to the facility

*Content presented during this opportunity not suitable for children under 10 


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Behind the Scenes tours are a limited availability tour- it is important to note tours may be canceled without advanced noticed due to emergency veterinary procedures.  In the event of a cancellation, a full refund for the tour will be offered. For additional questions regarding Behind the Scenes tours call (912) 635-4141.
Please note: The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a hospital & rehabilitation center for sick and injured animals.  At no time during the tour will participants be able to handle, touch, or feed live turtles.