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I took my two grandsons here on a recent visit. Outside weather didn’t allow any outdoor activities, so we thought we would check out the museum. The boy had a great time looking at all the animals and trying to answer all the questions on...More
This experience was perfect for our hot summer day! It was inside two air-conditioned, large rooms and several smaller exhibit areas.The animals were well-placed according to their environment and continents, and the scenery was reflective of their respective habitats. While the animals were displayed very...More
What an amazing experience. It is one of the best museums I have ever been to, due in part to the realism and the overall experience. We had young grandkids. They loved it. They learned a lot and the game of trying to find the...More
It's a great place to take the family, it doesn't cost anything, but they do ask for donations. There is large, and small creature to look at. They gave us a scavenger sheet, and we found things that I don't think we would have otherwise....More
My mom took me to this museum, along with my sister and her family, while I was down on vacation. It is filled with beautiful animals and only cost $5 per person and kids under 12 are free. They do play animal sounds through out...More
The Harber WIldlife Museum is the creation of Lacy Harbor, a local businessman who owned a very large bank. He and his wife have traveled the world, bringing this amazing collection of animals and artifacts back. He purchased this property a few years ago and...More
We stopped here not sure what to expect! Far exceeded our expectations. Be sure to get the sheet of things to look for in each exhibit area--it really gave you focus to look & read each placard -- not just walk through saying "that looks...More