Wildlife Heritage Center & Museum

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Wildlife Heritage Center & Museum The Wildlife Heritage Center Museum is a 3100 square foot log cabin facility serving as a wildlife and nature resources conservation, public education learning center. The Museum features a hands on animal-hides petting zoo inside along with mounted deer, bobcats, and fox. Coming soon will be a mounted black bear. Adults and children alike enjoy the Whitetail and Fallow deer exhibits located outside adjacent to the facility.

Admission: Free Admission, donations welcomed.
Hours: Open 9-5 Mon-Sat, Closed Sundays and Holidays
Address: 610 SW D Street
Phone: 580-298-9933
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