Museum of the Rockies Presents Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs

The Museum of the Rockies presents Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs, on view through January 30, 2011.

The largest and most comprehensive exhibit ever created on the history, biology, and evolution of dogs. This exhibit sniffs out the facts on the unique role of dogs in society, and their link to wolves.

With interactives, multi-media displays, and artifacts, visitors will have a chance to test their noses against a dog’s great sense of smell, and climb an avalanche to see what it’s like to be saved by a search-and-rescue dog.

The Museum of the Rockies inspires visitors to explore the rich natural and cultural history of America’s Northern Rocky Mountains. In partnership with Montana State University, the Museum reaches diverse communities with engaging exhibits, educational programs, and original research that advance public understanding of the collections.

In 1957 the Museum of the Rockies was born as Dr. Caroline McGill’s remarkable gift to the people of Montana. Today, the Museum stewards nearly 300,000 objects and 500,000,000 years of history. One of the finest paleontology collections in North America is found under the Museum’s roof, along with strong core collections in western history, textiles, Native American artifacts, and photography.

Museum of the Rockies Presents
600 West Kagy Boulevard
Bozeman, MT 59717
Phone: 406.994.2251
Email: [email protected]

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