We stopped at the centre in August 2017 on our way back from Yellowstone. We really enjoyed our visit - excellent family-friendly displays and well-informed staff. Well worth a visit.
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Very nicely done with many varieties of big horned sheep from all over the world. Also had some predators in the display. Showed how Native Americans trapped sheep for food and clothing.
The National Bighorn Sheep Center is awesome! It's a really well curated space with a ton of information and cool, interactive exhibits. The staff and volunteers are incredibly friendly and informative. I think it is rare to have a group of volunteers who possess an...More
Everything in this place - from the bathrooms to the gift shop - is extremely well thought out and displayed. The collection of head mounts, as well as the full body mounts, are displayed with the feeling of the Smithsonian. The information about the sheep...More
If you like Bighorn Sheep this place is very informational they tell you about all the different kinds of sheep in the world, very interesting.
This is a great museum which was unexpected. We were looking for a quick brain exercise on tbe easy to Yellowstone and found this little gem. Much more than we expected and we recommend it highly of you pass through Dubois.
We visited in late December of '16. The staff were very friendly and welcoming, talked us through the exhibits, and shared a lot of information that helped us as we did a self-"tour" of Whiskey Basin. Alas, no sheep that visit but we're coming back...More
Very nice and informative center. The staff is so helpful and they will share with you information on how to do an 8 mile drive to try to see bighorn sheep. Lovely gift shop with very nice and reasonable cards and other nice items.