International Wildlife Museum

International Wildlife Museum

International Wildlife Museum – Description, Directions And Map


International Wildlife MuseumThe International Wildlife Museum is committed to enhancing knowledge and appreciation of the varied wildlife of the world. Tours and exhibits are used to further explain the role of wildlife management in conservation.

The International Wildlife Museum was founded in 1988. The facility is very large. It presents over 400 varieties wildlife from around the globe. A tour of the International Wildlife Museum will show wildlife from the equator to the poles.  Exhibits show unique relationships, adaptations, and habitats of the world’s varied wildlife.

A few of the collections are more than 100 years old.

Dioramas depict wild animals in their natural settings. Videos, interactive computers, and hands-on exhibits encourage wildlife appreciation and conservation.

Each visit is an excellent opportunity to see images of animals in their natural habitat. The exhibits provide an up close view and insight on the adaptive traits, habitats and conservation issues of wildlife.

There are self-guided tours that allow visitors to enjoy the freedom of exploring at their own pace.

The international wildlife museum also has a standards-based Discovery Safari Field Guide is available for grades K-2 and 3-5.

Guided tours are also available. Each tour is lead by a knowledgeable docent or museum educator. They will lead groups through the museum and share highlights of each exhibit area. A typical visit takes about 2 hours.

Other popular Tucson Attractions include Kitt Peak Southwest of Tucson. A popular visitor attraction are the Old Tucson Studios on the west side of Tucson.  For flying buffs don’t miss the Pima Air & Space Museum on Tucson’s South side.

Driving Directions from I-10 and Speedway;

Go West on Speedway about as far as you can go. Speedway will turn into Gates Pass Rd. The Museum will be on your Right. The International Wildlife Museum facility looks like a castle or fort. There are palm trees in front. MAP to International Wildlife Museum

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International Wildlife Museum was last modified: June 24th, 2014 by ben4wp

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International Wildlife Museum was last modified: June 24th, 2014 by ben4wp
International Wildlife Museum was last modified: June 24th, 2014 by ben4wp

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