A small unique wildlife museum located in Central Austin.

Warren Wildlife Gallery surpasses other exhibitions, allowing viewers to experience a rare approach to wildlife. From all around the world, this collection acknowledges more than 500 mammals and over 900 exotic birds. The museum contains a two-story pathway that winds through the plains of Africa, the forests of North America, the mountains of Asia, and many other exceptional destinations. Along your journey, you will see over 1700 mounted species of wildlife placed in replicas of their natural environment. The exhibits are designed for full immersion, with high quality visual and audio features that pull the viewer into the picturesque scenes.

This truly remarkable collection includes such focal points as two passenger pigeons from 1875 as well as pieces from Teddy Roosevelt’s 1909 safari expedition, commissioned by the Smithsonian Museum. This collection reveals a glimpse into his pioneer efforts towards conservation. Teddy Roosevelt started the Boone and Crockett Club to honor the commitment that balances human needs with wildlife needs; a commitment that sees deep value in preserving the hunting tradition, as well as in conserving wildlands and wildlife; a commitment that grows out of a powerful love of wildlife. The Warren Wildlife Gallery highlights leaders like such as Roosevelt for their instrumental impact through history and the present.