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Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum

1835 Convention Center Drive Suite B

Rosenbruch World Wildlife Museum, and the Rosenbruch Foundation in Saint George Utah. It is a new world class facility of over 25,000 sq. ft. allowing visitors to experience over 300 species of wildlife throughout the world in their natural habitat. Nearly a quarter mile of mountain pathway (suitable for handicap access) winds its way through the plains of Africa, the forests of North America, and the mountains of Asia.

A two story mountain with two live waterfalls, over 50 hidden speakers providing ambient sounds of different animals, periodic thunder and lightning storms, provide an experience to be remembered.

Each person is provided a personal radio for narration during their journey describing the various animals with personal experiences from around the world by the Rosenbruch Family.

Nearly every large mammal of the world has been collected by the Rosenbruch Family over the past 40-years. All animals were legally hunted which have provided substantial revenue for protecting animal habitat and anti-poaching for third world countries.

Some species may no longer exist in countries like the Sudan of Africa that has been embroiled in Civil War for over 20-years. Other countries in Central Asia are increasingly difficult to access due to political problems.

We are committed to educate the public of the history and contribution that managed sport hunting provides for governments to provide protection for critical habitat and management of their wildlife resources.


Brodee Bell

Sunday, June 24, 2018
I've gone there a few times now. I love just walking in and seeing the mounts and listening to all the sounds the museum plays of the animals. The handheld speaker they give you is very informative about the different animals and where they came from. I can't believe the work that they put into building scenery to portray where the animals are from. It is breath taking! I talked to a guy who helped set this up and he said they left some of the animals out. I wish they would expand on it to make it longer. It is truly amazing!

Jessie S

Saturday, July 21, 2018
This was a great little place to stop at. They have one fairly big display room with hundreds of display animals to see. I recommend you take the "guided tour". It's basically a giant remote you carry around with you, and when you come across a display you want to learn more about, you type the corrisponding numbers and a little recording plays to tell you about the animals you're looking at. It makes walking through much more interesting and fun. Overall, fantastic museum that was educational and entertaining.

Joshua Crandall

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
I liked the layout of the museum. There were definitely a lot of animals to see but we found ourselves at the end very quickly. There were a couple rooms that are being finished and I hope they include more than just animals but insects and other items to learn about. They were smart putting a small kids area but I would recommend them adding to it to make it a hit among the little ones. I am glad I took my family here overall and enjoyed our short visit.

John Turek

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Well presented dioramas of many mammals from around the world. The hand held voice guide made the walk informative. Without out it, would be very doring.

Elisa Edwards

Saturday, June 16, 2018
When it's 110° outside this is the perfect spot to bring kids and stay cool! They will love all the displays and great learning experience too. We also love the hand on room!

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