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Get a close-up view of Newfoundland's Wildlife! Museum includes life-size animals in realistic scenes: Moose, Polar Bear, Puffins, Caribou, Lynx, Coyote, Fox, Black Bears, Fish, Birds, and many more! Boutique includes antler carvings, taxidermy...more
76 Main St N, Rocky Harbour, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador A0K 4N0, Canada
The museum has realistic displays of wildlife which were very artistically-designed. Kudus to the developer! The taxidermy was well-done and so complimented the realism of the displays.
Good opportunity to involve the kids in a bit of a contest. (Adults feel challenged by it too!)...More
We went here with our young children. It’s a great learning experience for all. Lots of information but could definitely use more animals to show. This is a type of visit you love but once you seen it you won’t go back.
This is a small private museum locally created. I think they did a really good job for their efforts. They added a bit of a trivia game to make it more interesting and encourage visitors to search for all of the animals on display. This...More
I loved this stop. The gift shop is beautiful, although expensive. The very purse I was wearing was for sale in the store but for 4 times what I paid for it from the manufacturer. The scavenger hunt was fun and helps to get the...More
The scavenger hunt definitely makes this stop worthwhile otherwise I expect we would have been in and out in 10 minutes. The 12 or so questions get you to spot certain creatures or items in the exhibits, count how many_____, and look for animal poop....More
Sorry. Ah, Spoiler alert! Yeah, all the animals are dead. Hence the word "museum" not "zoo" I guess. I don't really know what I was expecting. I guess not this; an over-sized garage full of stuffed critters. This place is certainly trippy, though. It ain't...More