Visit the International Wildlife Museum on International Museum Day! Admission to IWM is FREE on May 18th, 2017. The museum is open 9am-5pm, with the last admission at 4:15pm.
IWM would like to thank all our brave soldiers, sailors and airmen for your dedication, service and sacrifice for defending our freedoms and way of life. All military (active, retired, veterans) and their immediate families will receive free admission to IWM on May 27-29, 2017 with military ID's. Last admission will be 45 minutes prior to closing time.
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Programs are for students ages 5-10 or 10-15 years old.
Programs run from 9am-4pm each day. Two snacks are provided. Please bring your own lunch.
MUSEUM MEMBERS RECEIVE A DISCOUNT OF $5 OFF PER DAY! BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!
To Register: Fill out the registration form and mail in with payment.
Programs for Ages 5-10
June 12-16: Fur & Feathers ($125)
Learn all about our furry and feathered friends through hands-on activities, museum explorations, games and crafts.
July 17-21: Scales & Tails ($125)
Learn all about scaly animals such as fish and reptiles through hands-on activities, games and crafts.
Programs for Ages 10-15
June 6-8: Into The Wild ($75) - Venture “into the wild” and participate in activities such as archery, air rifle safety and marksmanship, and wildlife conservation games. Meet our live animal collection and participate in activities throughout the museum!
June 20-21: Reptiles & Amphibians* ($50) - Students will learn about cold-blooded creatures through hands-on activities and live specimens.
June 27: Fish & Wildlife Management* ($25) - Learn how wildlife is managed in Arizona, make a bird feeder to take home and participate in a fish dissection amongst other activities.
July 11-12: Air Rifle* ($50) - Students will learn firearm safety and marksmanship fundamentals, and have an opportunity to shoot an air rifle.
July 13-14: Insect Study* ($50) - Students are introduced to the strange and tiny world of insects through hands-on activities and live specimens.
July 25-26: Nature Study* ($50) - Students learn how plants and animals are important to each other and complete activities relating to five different animal groups.
July 28: Mammals* ($25) - Learn all about mammals through classification, museum explorations and artifacts.
*Indicates that a Boy Scout merit badge can be earned. Reptiles & Amphibians, Nature and Insect badges have requirements that exceed the length of these programs and will need to be completed at a later date or before camp. You may provide pictures and completed material on those requirements and we can sign off on them. Students do not have to be Scouts in order to participate in any camp.