Awarded the 2014 Attraction of the Year by Wyoming Office of Tourism, the National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center acts as a gateway to the life of wild sheep. Films, interactive displays and full size dioramas brings you close-up with wolves, bears, mountain lions and the bighorn sheep.
Come and help us celebrate the 21st birthday on the front lawn of the Center. Starting at noon have a free bratwurst or hot dog lunch until the fixings run out.
Annual fundraiser dinner happens at the Headwaters Conference Center. It starts at 5:30 on November 8th. Call the Center for reservations and more information.
No pets are allowed except for service animals.
Admission is $3.00 per adult, 0 to 12 years of age are free. Families rate is $10.00.
Summer hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 seven days a week.
Fall, winter and spring hours are 9:00 to 5:00 Monday through Saturday.
Fall and winter tours to the Bighorn habitat are offered with reservations. Three hours long, these tours are lead by a knowledgeable guide. Call the Center for more information and to make a reservation.
We are located on US Highway 26, east of the center of the town of Dubois. Look for the bronze ram by the road.
Dubois is a gateway town to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
We are a Blue Star Attraction: free admission to any active duty military personnel and their family.
Executive DirectorExciting Wildlife Encounter with Bighorn Sheep
National Bighorn Sheep Center
10 Bighorn Lane
Dubois, Wyoming 82513 View Interactive Map
|Yellowstone National Park||85 miles|
|June 1 - Sept 1||$3||$3||Adults|
|Jun 1 - Sept 1||0||0||Children to age 12|
|Jun 1 - Sept 1||$10||$10||Family|
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