Rockwell, NC is named for a stone well that refreshed travelers passing through on the colonial trading road. Today, Rockwell is still a town on the move, surrounded by farmland and home to numerous small businesses. Rockwell’s most notable attractions include the Historic Rockwell Museum and Tiger World.
Historic Rockwell Museum:
Housed in the town’s historic Post Office Building, the Historic Rockwell Museum has been restored to preserve and display the records, memorabilia and artifacts of Rockwell’s early years.
Tiger World offers an original zoo experience, providing safety to threatened and endangered exotic animals. Here you’ll see animals like the African Lion, Bengal Tiger and Amazon Parrot in a natural setting, and have the opportunity to observe them running, playing, swimming, eating and sleeping.
Explore more about Rockwell, NC and begin planning your next visit to Rowan County.
- 4400 Cook Rd.
- (704) 279-6363
Tiger World is a different kind of zoo. They are dedicated to the conservation and education of all threatened and endangered species. The educational tours personally guide visitors…