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National Bighorn Sheep Center

  • Museum
  • Education
10 Bighorn Lane
Dubois, WY 82513
(307) 455-3429
Winter Hours: 10 am - 4 pm, Monday - Saturday
Summer Hours: 9 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week
  • About

    The Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center features realistic dioramas with life-size taxidermy mounts that recreate the bighorns and their habitat, and other wildlife that share their home. Interactive exhibits focus on wildlife management and the special adaptations of wild sheep. The Center includes a theater showing films about wild sheep and the local Sheepeater Indians. Admission prices: Adult $4, Ages 8-17 $2, Age 7 and under Free!, also group rates and free school visit rates available. Visitors will also find a quality museum store offering books for adults and children, apparel, natural-history themed toys, home decor, jewelry and fine art. During November through March the Center offers guided wildlife viewing tours to the nearby bighorn sheep winter range - home of one of the largest herds in North America! Minimum of two guests required, with advance reservations. Wildlife tours are $100 per person. Please call for more information. A self-guided driving tour map of the winter habitat is also available, along with a list of recent bighorn sightings so you can search for bighorns on your own if you wish. Come see Wyoming's mountain monarch - the bighorn sheep!

  • Directions

    Located on Highway 26/287, in the heart of Dubois. Find the big bronze ram and you are there. 86 miles east of Jackson, WY. 79 miles west of Riverton, WY.