Game Warden Museum

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The museum educates the public of the historical and present-day roles of wildlife law enforcement and natural resources conservation. The Hall of Honors is dedicated to wildlife enforcement officers who have lost their lives while serving. The mission of the Game Warden Museum is to celebrate natural resource protection by educating the public and honoring the profession’s heroes.

The museum houses a wide and interesting variety of animal pelts, mounted animals, horns and antlers for visitors to see and touch. Programs are available to children and youth, while visiting the Peace Garden.

The museum is a joint initiative of Fish and Wildlife officers from Canada and the United States.
All Features
  • Dates of Operation: June-August
Cost of Admission
  • Admission: Cost included in gate admission of $10 per vehicle.
General Information
  • Hours of Operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.