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National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center, Dubois

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  • We have not visited the Bighorn Sheep Center for over 15 years. They have expanded the displays so much, we spent over an hour looking at mounts, pictures and vidoes. The center really does a nice job...  more »
  • We raise sheep so this was on our must see list. We enjoyed it. It is small and will not take very long to go through. We watched the film. We didn't take the walking trail. There was a big forest fir...  more »
  • We stopped here and then took the self guided tour looking for sheep. We didn't see any but did hike to a waterfall. 
  • I was a little dubious about this one--it seemed like a hole in the wall stop, that it might be one of those "museums" that are more gift shop & tourism than actual, interesting, and educational museum and boy was I wrong. Now don't misunderstand, the museum itself here isn't huge--but what they do have is interesting, informative, and kept an 8 year old & a 2 year old entertained for an hour. More importantly, they directed us how to get out to the Bighorn Sheep winter range which was a great off-the-beaten path trip worth taking. We were at the wrong time of year to really see the sheep but we saw petroglyphs and some great scenery. Set aside 1 hour for the museum itself, but if you've got the time go ahead & take 2-3 hours to drive down the backroads & see some of winter range.