Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife
Wisconsin Museum of International Wildlife is a very small wildlife museum located in the City Center building in Appleton. At this time, there is no admission charge, however people can make a donation if they would like. Currently, they have two different exhibits on display, one from Africa and one from North America - they also have activities for children to participate in. Their ultimate goal is to obtain a venue which will allow them to display their entire collection of animals and birds representing 5 of the 7 continents (we have over 250 animals and approximately 70 birds).
They are open limited hours, Wednesdays & Thursdays noon - 4 p.m. and the 2nd Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. People who visit them love what they have on display and they also try to work with area schools to provide educational experiences in conservation, wildlife, world cultures and geography.
If you have a group that is interested in visiting the Museum outside of the regular hours, please contact Margaret at (920) 419-2721