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Bolack Museum of Fish and Wildlife

 
 
 
 
 

The Bolack Museum of Fish and Wildlife was built by and dedicated to Tom Bolack by the Bolack family. It is one of the largest private collections of its type in the world today with over 2,500 taxidermied specimens, most in their natural settings. The collection from five continents gives visitors a chance to appreciate the beauty in nature's animal kingdom.

Seasons Open: All Seasons

Hours Open: Monday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays.

Fees: Free Guided Tours, Appointments Preferred.

 ADA Accessibility Notes

ADA accessible.

 Eco-Friendly Notes

The museum is situated on the B-Square Ranch and Experimental Farm which was established in 1957 as the showplace of resource conservation at work; clearly demonstrating that agriculture, livestock, wildlife and oil and gas production can co-exist in mutual benefit.

 Locally or Family Owned Business
 
 Pet Friendly Notes

No pets allowed with of exception service animals.

For More Information, Contact:

Tommy Bolack

www.bolackmuseum.com
3901 Bloomfield Highway, Farmington, NM 87401
(505) 325-4275
 

Forrest "skip" Hoff wrote on July 20, 2017: I am looking forward to visiting my home town soon and seeing what Tommy has accomplished..class of 69 rules

What is Wrong With You wrote on August 18, 2015: That is disgusting- that is not showing animals in their natural setting it is showing murder scenes. DISGUSTING

tavaunia yazzie wrote on April 13, 2015: It is the most beautiful place I ever seen. that's all

Joy Hoff Howard wrote on August 17, 2012: Farmington is a wonderful place, still it comes as a shock to find such a world class museum in a small town. The Bolack Museum would do any large city proud. It is truly the greatest museum I have ever visited and is so artfully designed as to show each animal at its very best. This Museum is one of the finest I have ever seen. It is so perfectly designed that it shows each animal in the finest possible light. One would expect to find such a world class museum in a large metropolis rather than the delightful Farmington, New Mexico.

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Latitude: 36.718994000
Longitude: -108.159422400
Elevation: 5364 FT (1635 M)
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