It's your turn to take a walk on the wild side when you tour the interpretive facility at the International Wolf Center.
Sounds pretty exciting doesn't it!
At this lovely Minnesota experience, kids can learn all about these amazing creatures. They can learn how wolves use those big ears, big eyes and those infamous big teeth. Kids can even meet their resident ambassador wolves and learn how they communicate, play, hunt and eat.
Your admission to the International Wolf Center includes all the daily programs, we well as film presentations in the theater.
It of course also includes the exhibits they have running, that showcase the fascinating aspects of life in the wolf pack. The complications, the hierachy, and the social structure.
Kids can learn about the connection between wolves and humans, and how modern day living impacts the wolf's survival.
Those ages 3 to 9 years can even crawl into the Little Wolf den and experience the four seasons of a pup's first year of life!
If you're curious about what the wolves are doing, you can actually see what they're doing right now on their Wolf Watch Cams and learn what you can do to help wolves in the wild!
A beautiful experience in Minnesota where kids can learn all about a very special species.
$7 (Ages 4-12)
3 tears and free for members
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future.
If you buy admission for one day, you can head back the next day for free!
Shop the Wolf Den Store. Your purchase makes a difference for wolves!
They offer group discounts for more than 8 in your party!
The International Wolf Center is wheel-chair accessible. If you are in need of special assistance during programming, they require two weeks notice prior to your arrival.