There's something for everyone at the Wildlife Art Museum. Use the links below to start planning your visit.
“The architecture; location and art work in this museum was spectacular. We really enjoyed our visit there.”
-sheratliff, Orlando, FL
“This museum was not only beautiful but expansive in its art collections. We visited with our 9 yr.-old granddaughter and she thoroughly enjoyed it as much as we did.”
-lindahjensen, Greensboro, NC
The Mission of the National Museum of Wildlife Art is to collect, display, interpret, and preserve the highest quality North American wildlife art, supplemented by wildlife art found throughout the world. The Museum enriches and inspires appreciation and knowledge of humanity’s relationship with nature.
Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest running fundraiser, with a variety of exciting events. The show features a wide selection of art for sale. Western Visions® painters and sculptors participate in the…Learn More about the event
The goal of “Wildlife Trade Art & Science” is to consider the role of global wildlife trade in species extinction and…See the exhibit
The Andy Warhol Endangered Species portfolio was commissioned by the art dealers Ronald and Frayda Feldman. The idea for the portfolio…See the exhibit
Joel Sartore Photo Ark With ingenuity and wit, National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore has captured portraits of more than 5,000 creatures…See the exhibit
Thursday, June 29, 2017 On Tuesday evening, at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore received the…Read the rest