Saturday, February 8, 2020 at 5 PM – 7 PM When the lights go out and the doors close, everything in the museum seems to come to life! Bring your flashlights and explore the museum in the dark. Encounter live reptiles and insects, watch fun movies and make crafts. The museum will be open 9am-7pm so come early to see the museum with the lights on!
$10/adult; $7/senior or military; $5/child ages 4-12; ages 3 & under are free. Museum Members are free.
February 20-21, 8:30am-4pm each day
Safari Camp at the International Wildlife Museum is packed full of museum explorations, games, crafts, hands-on activities and live animal encounters that promote learning about habitats, adaptations, ecology and wildlife conservation. Register at https://moment.com/schools/international-wildlife-museum/classes/3796 .
Non-member price: $50/student/session
Member price: $40/student/session
February 22, 10-11am
Geared for ages 9+, this program teaches how to respect nature and wildlife when participating in outdoor activities. Program will be held both indoors and outdoors and begins promptly at 10am and will go about an hour. $5/person and includes museum admission!
Hello, and welcome to Tucson 360! Look around, because this is a 360-degree video providing you a unique look at The International Wildlife Museum, located 10 minutes west of I-10 on Speedway in Tucson Arizona. This short immersive 360-degree video includes 11 different views of this world-class museum. Feel free to pause and look around with your mouse, finger or, if you're on a smartphone, you may be able to look around as if you are standing here with us.
Also, we have the second largest puzzle in the world on display now!
“Wildlife” was designed and illustrated by Adrian Chesterman and published by Educa Borras in Barcelona, Spain. The puzzle took 8 months to assemble and was done by Joseph Treschel. He is currently working on “Around the World”, the world’s largest puzzle at 42,000 pieces which will be donated to the International Wildlife Museum when he’s finished later this year. “Wildlife” is 33,600 pieces and measures 19 feet long by 6.5 feet tall. It features dozens of species from rainforests and savannahs.
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.