If you're been out to Yellowstone or you're going, this museum has all the information on anything you might see. From bison to elk to every local bird and small mammal; it's all here. Don't forget to go down stairs and check out all the birds. The museum is free and so is the parking.
We enjoyed this a lot. A should do for all WY visitors and residents. Why not- who doesn't want to see interesting creators with info we didn't know. Especially on a cold day.
This is a great museum for checking out all the wildlife Wyoming has to offer. If you are a hunter or a fisherman you will like the fish exibit or the big game exibit in the basement. This museum is FREE too!
...but they're all dead. If taxidermy and the smell of Formaldehyde is your thing, then add this to your list of places to visit. A small kids area with books, puzzles, and other toys. There's a seating area outside in the back that could be nicer.
We visited with our grandson and he was excited to see so many animals. Very nice to educate kids about Wyoming's wildlife as well as a few animals from around the world. There was no fee and it is a great place to spend an afternoon with kids.
This museum has a large variety of taxidermed animals from around the world. There are two floors. Large variety of birds. I was told by the volunteer that the two baby pronghorn on display were actually never born. Their mother was hit by a car before their birth. Not a bad stop.