August 18 6-8pm
Bring your flashlights, take safari selfies, encounter live reptiles and insects, watch fun movies and participate in a spotlight scavenger hunt.
Archery lessons are available for ages 9 and up! All equipment is provided.
Lights go out at 6pm, but come earlier to see the museum with the lights on. The museum will be open 9am-8pm.
$10/adult; $7/senior or military; $5/child ages 4-12; ages 3 & under are free. Archery is $2/person for ages 9 and up. Museum Members are free.
Questions? Contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 629-0100 ext. 311
Did you know that during Teddy Roosevelt’s presidency, he protected nearly 230 million acres of land, created 5 National Parks, 18 National Monuments, 150 National Forests and 51 bird reserves?
Be a part of the grand opening of the exhibit and join in fun activities such as making safari beaded necklaces and animal masks, taking a safari selfie photo next to our rhino, and going on Teddy’s Big Game Safari Scavenger Hunt!
The new exhibit will include artifacts from Roosevelt’s era, full mounted specimens of black bear, pronghorn and other animals, and videos on his lifetime achievements. Come see Roosevelt’s own rhino and other historic horns and antlers that are over 100 years old.
The International Wildlife Museum is located at 4800 W. Gates Pass Road, five miles west of I-10. For more details please call 520-629-0100, or visit TheWildlifeMuseum.org.
Join the Project Go Wild movement at the International Wildlife Museum, a fun, hands on program that gives kids and adults the opportunity to learn about conservation, animals from around the world and their habitats.
The International Wildlife Museum is dedicated to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the diverse wildlife of the world as well as explaining the role of wildlife management in conservation.
Dioramas depicting wild animals in their natural settings, videos, interactive computers, and hands-on exhibits promote wildlife appreciation and conservation. Your visit is an excellent opportunity to see animals up close and gain a better understanding of conservation, habitats and adaptations..
The International Wildlife Museum also includes beautiful and unique wildlife artwork and changing exhibits, along with a theatre that screens wildlife films hourly.
Founded in 1988, the museum highlights over 400 species of insects, mammals and birds from around the globe. Its diverse collections have been donated by various government agencies, wildlife rehabilitation centers, captive breeding programs, zoos and individuals. Some of the collections are more than 100 years old.
The museum offers a yearly membership program. The membership includes free admission to the museum, a 10% discount in the museum gift shop, email notification of special events, free admission to special events, free admission to member only events, discounts on museum youth programs, free admission to over 250 participating ASTC museum and science centers, and a guest admission discount.
The International Wildlife Museum is an educational program of the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF). The foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that funds and manages worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian services.
From jungle to tundra, just minutes from Tucson. The International Wildlife Museum is located in the western foothills of Tucson, just five minutes west of Interstate 10 on Speedway Blvd.