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    We drove almost 2 1/2 hours to see the bears and wolves since we weren’t able to see any in Yellowstone and Grand Teton. The drive was worth it, beautiful views. We liked seeing both the bears and wolves. I wish there had been a larger space for the wolves. The information posted about both was good enough. They have the different bears come out at different times so you get to see them better. They even have a kids keeper if you get there early enough so the kids can hide food and then when they let the bears out again you can watch them forage for food.

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    If you’re looking for something fun to do in West Yellowstone, I recommend a stop at this place. There is an interior space that is very museum-like. It definitely has a goal of bringing awareness to issues surrounding bears and some of the exhibits can be unsettling (such as a hangar full of bear gallbladders). It was very informative and it also has some (very old) interactive games to play and learn.The exterior portion was really cool. There are two wolf paddocks (for two different packs) and a bear paddock. The wolves were active and some walked right up to the viewing window. The bears were sleeping :-). There are exterior and interior viewing areas, so it’s fun to visit year round.They also have a large playground, just in case the little ones are tired of looking at animals and want to play.

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    Weel they never close. Open all the year and it is nice for the tourism and the city.

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    I LOVE ANIMALS AND WOLVES!!!!

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    Awesome thing to go and see when you’re in West Yellowstone. Staff is very knowledgeable on the animals.