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Wildlife Museum Come into the great outdoors! See and hear elk bugling on a crisp fall morning, wolves howling in a snowy arctic scene. Finally see the fish that live in the legendary Fluecy Creek. These and other wildlife dioramas are designed to educate and entertain all age groups.

It is our desire that visitors of all ages can learn through our lifelike exhibits a little more of the great outdoors. We have designed three guided tours available every hour and tour groups will have their choice of tours.

Children's Tour - Each diorama tells a story. The children make up the ending based on their knowledge of the animals. This tour is especially fun for school groups.

Adult Tour - Includes information about the animals such as their natural range and feeding habits.

Church Tour - Explains ways we can see God's wisdom in creation.


Admission: Adults and Children over 12, $5.00
Children 12 and under, $3.00
Group rates available by reservation.
Address: 6 miles E of Broken Bow
Phone: 580-494-6193
Fax: 580-494-6428
Our Email: nature@pine-net.com

Hours: May through September, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
September through April, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Sunday except for church group tours by reservation.
Closed Monday

Taxidermy Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All visitors will be able to observe a taxidermist at work during these hours.

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