Our 25-passenger, air-conditioned and heated tour buses give all our visitors a comfortable seat for a 90-minute, narrated trip behind the fences of the former Seneca Army Depot.
After more than 70 years, the public can finally see the world’s largest herd of white, white-tailed deer in the world, other wildlife, and the relics of 60 years of secret weapons storage. We will visit one of the 519 earth-covered concrete igloos that stored everything from pistol cartridges to tactical missiles, from conventional bombs to nuclear warheads.
We can never guarantee where the mystical white deer will be, but our tour guides know the best locations and will stop for pictures as they appear. Tour routes will vary according to the weather and season. This is your opportunity to see the hidden world and experience the magic of the white deer yourself.
All tours leave from our Welcome Center at 5532 State Route 96A, Romulus 13148 NYS Route 96A, about 10 miles south of Geneva, NY.
Buses leave the John and Josephine Ingle Welcome Center regularly from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. Tours last between 1 ½ and 2 hours. See our online schedule for details.
Walking is limited to visiting one of the storage bunkers and boarding the buses. Our buses are not ADA compliant.
Photography is encouraged. Be sure to bring your camera for unforgettable photos and videos of the deer, other wildlife and military relics.
The tour fee is $30 for adults, $27 for military and seniors (65 and older), $15 for children (ages 5-17), and children under 5 are free.