A great place to spend 30 minutes or an hour, and some great gift shop books and items. Stop in, it's worth your time.
The folks at the museum were informative and helpful, recommending other local places to visit while in town.
We visited here last Fall. The center is small. Children as well as adults would probably find the displays interesting. The problem I had was there was a wolf pelt hanging on the wall and when I inquired about it, the lady behind the counter began a rant about the evils of wolves. I don't know much about Bighorns, but... More
If you are looking to do something with a little idle time while in Dubois, spend the $5.00 it takes to visit this center. The displays and information on the region's Bighorn Sheep are beautiful and very informative. The center is immaculate and has a small gift shop. There is a 20 minute movie available upon request, which unfortunately we... More
Very interesting museum about the Bighorn sheep that live in the area. Also information about many of their cousins like the Dahl sheep in Alaska and other sheep all over the world. Make sure you watch the movie.
The center may be somewhat small, but loaded with information, videos, and very attractive dioramas of life sized sheep of all different varieties. Well worth a stop. Other than the Cowboy Cafe the best thing to do in Dubois.
It seemed interesting but after we paid 6 dollars for the family to get in (which isn't much I think for a family) it was only a room with taxidermy animals. My kids did not stay interested for more than a few minutes.
Very interesting. We loved the life like and life size displays. Learn about the sheep eaters of the area living high in the mountains following the herds of big horn sheep. Worth the stop.
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