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The 14,000 square foot Brush Trophy Room Museum is also located on the ranch grounds. It features over 300 mounted animals in settings that excel those of many public museums. These trophies were taken by Jim Brush, his wife Cindy, and son Travis also accomplished bow and gun hunters. Sounds, movement and even a splashing waterfall are all part the museum experience as visitors travel a circular path across the continents

The Klafkes have fashioned mounts and settings that are unique and imaginative. Your eyes will flow from big game on the grounds, up rising cliffs and trees to jays or a sleeping gray squirrel, plopped on a limb high above the museum floor. Turn around and watch a hungry black bear moving up on an unguarded camp breakfast. The new museum has attracted extensive media coverage.
Jim and Cindy established the museum not only as a display but as a testament to ethical hunting, the right to hunt and the need to pass the skill of hunting onto future generations. And if Jim or Cindy are on hand, you will also be hearing some stories. Real stories!

Largest Bow & Arrow Harvested Animal Museum in the World!
  • Educational for children and adults
  • animals in natural habitat
  • Real animal sounds
  • 5 Moving scenes

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