Mar 2018

Join us for our annual Eggstravaganza! There will be lots of crafts, fun games with prizes, and of course, plenty of sweet treats during the candy hunt at 11am! Plus, the Easter Bunny will be visiting from 10:30am-11:30am so make sure to bring your cameras! Everything is included with museum admission - $10/adult; $7/senior or military; $5/child ages 4-12; kids ages 3 & under are free. Museum Members receive free admission.

Apr 2018
Yard Sale!

IWM is hosting a yard sale with all proceeds benefiting museum education programs, such as youth camps, workshops, outreaches and field trips.

Doing some Spring Cleaning? We are accepting donations of items to sell at the yard sale! If you have items you would like to donate, please contact Katie at Donations will be accepted through March 30th. All items that are left over after the sale will be donated to a local charity.

The Yard Sale will be open 8am-12pm and during this time, Museum Admission will be half-off!

Apr 2018
Project Go Wild Workshop - Archery

Comehit the bullseye! Drop-in archery lessons given from 10am-12pm using compound bows, Olympic-style targets and 3D targets. Also, learn how to
repair your arrows! All equipment is provided. For ages 9 and up. Prices include museum admission: Adults: $13 Senior or Military: $10 Kids ages 9-12: $8 Museum Members: $3

Apr 2018
30th Anniversary Celebration

The International Wildlife Museum is celebrating 30 years as part of the Tucson community! Come help us celebrate on April 21, from 10am-2pm with discounted $5 admission for everyone ages 4 & up! Kids ages 3 & under are free; Museum members are also free. Visit these booths while you're here and participate in fun activities!

  • National Wild Turkey Federation Huachuca Gould's Chapter will have an BB gun target shoot
  • Colossal Cave with bat and cave information/activities
  • Arizona Game & Fish Department as well as the Operation Game Thief Anti-poaching Trailer
  • Wildlife Society
  • Marine Awareness Conservation Society
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • Empire Ranch Foundation
  • Tucson Amateur Astronomy Solar Viewing
  • Southern Arizona Modelers with model planes on display
  • Vision Quest Foster Care
  • Halina & "Button" Bob Tepper with their button sculptures
  • Jumping Castle
  • Food Trucks - Taco Queta & more to come!

For an additional $5, you can purchase a wristband to do the following activities:

  • Horseback Ride
  • Face Painting
  • Balloon Twisting


May 2018
Conservation Science Adventures - Summer Camp

Keep your kids active and learning this summer with camps at the International Wildlife Museum!

For Kids Ages 5-9 years old:

Creature Conservation: Discover animals that live in your backyard and around the world through museum explorations, hands-on science activities, live animal encounters, crafts and games. Each day is filled with fun and learning about habitats, adaptations, animal interactions, conservation and more. Two snacks are provided each day; please bring your lunch.

Wild Explorers: Explore the museum and our own backyard to learn what makes animals WILD! Learn about adaptations that allow animals to survive in extreme enviornments. Travel around the world in a week and see animals you may have never heard of before! Two snacks are provided each day; please bring your lunch.

Reptiles, Insects & Amphibians, Oh My!: Scaly, slimy, creepy and crawly is the theme of this camp! Meet our live animal ambassadors of these animal groups, help feed and learn how to care for them, make your own creatures during arts & crafts, and learn all about what makes these animals special during museum explorations, games, movies and more! Two snacks provided each day; please bring your lunch.


For Kids Ages 10-15 years old:

Survival of the Fittest: Learn what it takes for animals to survive in extreme environments, predator-prey concepts and special adaptations. Then, learn skills that will help you survive in the wild - shelter building, wilderness first aid, survival kit building, water purification techniques and more! This class will also
include archery lessons, taught by National Archery in the Schools Program Instructors. All materials are provided. Two snacks provided each day; please bring your lunch.

Find Your Bearings: Follow a bearing to this all new camp! Learn basic navigation and orienteering using maps, compasses and GPS. Participate in fun activities that teach you how to pinpoint your location, mark waypoints, identify landmarks and more. Along the way, we'll learn about how to stay safe, what to do you if you get lost and wildlife safety in the back-country. We'll end the week with geocaching activities that encourage team building and problem solving! All materials are provided. Two snacks provided each day; please bring your lunch.