Due to COVID-19, the Museum is temporarily closed.
Explore the fascinating world of natural history at the museum. The museum offers a close-up look at over 400 insects, spiders, birds, and mammals (including prehistoric). Travel from the equator to the poles learning about the unique relationships, adaptations, and habitats of the world’s diverse wildlife.
Let the Museum come to you! Outreach programs are a great way for your group to learn more about a particular topic as Museum Educators bring knowledge, touchable wildlife items, and live animals to your site. Programs are cross-curricular and based on the Arizona Academic Standards for grades EC-8. Programs can also be held at the museum during your field trip. The museum can travel to locations in the greater Tucson area.
Give your students these Discovery Safari Packets as they embark on a self-guided tour of the museum to fill out along the way. Includes activity sheets, student guidebooks, and Educator Materials by grade levels.
Youth Camp at the International Wildlife Museum is packed full of museum explorations, games, crafts, hands-on activities and live animal encounters that promote learning about habitats, adaptations and wildlife conservation.