International Wildlife Museum
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Tucson's natural history museum.
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Over 400 species of insects, mammals and birds from around the globe. Dioramas depicting wild animals in their natural settings, hands-on exhibits & more.
International Wildlife Museum is a non profit natural history museum in Tucson, Arizona. It was established in 1988 by C. J. McElroy as an educational program of the Safari Club International Foundation.
A museum full of animals, but there's a catch--they are all preserved by taxidermy. With dioramas and other displays, there is no concern about how the animals are treated or fed. It is a great place for kids especially to see up close and touch many wild animals without fear.
This museum is located in Tucson, Arizona and would be well worth it if you planned on taking a day trip South of the valley.
Ok, so to be honest, this is not one of my family's favorites, but it is a popular Tucson destination so I wanted to include it. Some people can make a day out of it, and read in-depth about the various animals. However, be warned that it is a museum of taxidermy animals. My son (and I, to be…