International Wildlife Museum Celebrates Fourth of July

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The International Wildlife Museum is celebrating the Fourth of July with free admission for all active and retired military members with military I.D. from July 2 through July 4.

The Museum would like to thank the brave men and women who have fought for our country’s freedom, and remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend it. All military (active, retired, veterans) and their immediate families will receive free admission to IWM, on July 2-4, 2016 with military I.D. The museum is open from 11 am - 7 pm on Saturdays; 11 am - 5 pm on Sundays; and 9 am – 5 pm on weekdays. Last admission will be 45-minutes prior to the closing time

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

Since its opening in 1988, the International Wildlife Museum has been devoted to providing visitors of all ages the opportunity to experience over 400 species of preserved insects, birds and mammals both from around the globe and throughout history. Showcased in dioramas of their natural habitat, visitors can get close-up looks at the many fantastic species of this planet. Cradled by the foothills of the Tucson Mountains, over one million people have visited this award-winning, 40,000 square-foot, natural history museum.

International Wildlife Museum Celebrates Fourth of July

Address : 4800 W. Gates Pass Road Tucson AZ
Phone : 520-629-0100    (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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