Have you heard? AEF has moved to a new location!
Click here to book your tour now!
American Eagle Foundation headquarters is now located on a 57-acre plot of land nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Kodak.
The new location is unprecedented in scale and offerings will include:
- Birds of Prey Museum
- 3 Classrooms
- Conference Center
- Interactive Playscape (coming soon)
- Administrative offices
- Conservation gardens (coming soon)
- Aviary Exhibits
- And more!
And that’s all just Phase One! We are still in the development stages for Phase Two & Three which include our Rehabilitation and Research Center. In fact, we’ve barely begun to fledge!
- What days and times are tours given?
American Eagle Foundation typically provides tours of its headquarters Monday-Friday between 10am and 2pm.
Tour times are at 10am, 11am, and 2pm.
If you would like to visit the American Eagle Foundation at Dollywood, click here
- How much do your tours cost?
A donation for daily admission of $20 per Adult, $15 per Senior, $10 per Student (6-18yrs old), and Children 5 and under are free.
Payments can be made online, if other payment arrangements are needed please contact Crystal.
- What if I want to attend more than once?
If you want to attend our facilities on a regular basis we recommend getting a Season Pass! Not only do you get free admission for every standard operating day for a full calendar year, but you also get free parking and 10% off all AEF merchandise! Season Passes are good for 1 year from the date of purchase and are $75 for individuals and start at just $125 for families. CLICK HERE to buy a season pass! Note: You must purchase a Seasons Pass BEFORE booking your tour with us if you want to attend the tour for free.