The Chiricahua Desert Museum

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Facility:The Chiricahua Desert Museum
Description:The Chiricahua Desert Museum displays over 60 species of wildlife, including among the rarest and most endangered species native to the Chihuahuan Desert. Our art gallery showcases the works of many well-known and respected artists, including original paintings from the celebrated wildlife artist, Tell Hicks. The gallery also displays the largest collection of herpetological art in the world, representing a diverse array of media---sculpture, jewelry, pottery, and original oil, acrylic and sketched works. Their wildlife and botanical garden provides ample opportunity to intimately observe and photograph native wildlife in natural settings. The garden is open to everyone for a leisurely stroll, an afternoon of bird watching, or some quiet time among the desert's wild inhabitants. They offer special tours and rates for groups and schools.
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Address 1:NM 80 & Portal Road
Address 2:
City:Rodeo
State/Province:NM
Zip Code:88056
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Open daily: 9am-5pm
Closed Only Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
Admission:Adults $8.50
Kids 5-12, Seniors 55+, Military and First Responders $5.00
Kids 5 and under are Free
Telephone:(575) 557-5757
Website:http://www.chiricahuadesertmuseum.com/
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