Idaho Wildlife Museum

The PRS national headquarters, located on Riverstone Park’s waterfront, is home to The Idaho Wildlife Museum , which is owned by the Idaho Character Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. The museum has one of the largest collections of bronze wildlife sculptures in the United States. The art collection includes life-size bronze sculptures, paintings, sandblasted glass wilderness art, original paintings by local artists, limited edition prints, and aluminum photography representing the vast magnificent ranges and wilderness in the state of Idaho. The museum is a private collection viewed by appointment only. 

Group tours are available on a limited basis, and we look forward to receiving your application. Typical group tour costs are a suggested $10 per person donation to the Foundation.


To request a tour click the link below. 

Visit the Idaho Wildlife Museum Website

Bronze Sculptures

With over 200 bronze wildlife sculpted by many local, national and international artists, this is truly a stunning exhibit. It features the Foundation's Frederic Remington Collection, which is one of the nation's few complete reproductions of all Remington's 22 original-size western bronze sculptures.

Glass Door Nature Scenes

The Museum showcases dozens of Idaho's unique and spectacular wildlife and wilderness scenery in sandblasted glass scenes framed within the knotty alder doors. The accomplished artist, Samuel Pinkerton created each piece in his full production glass studio. His ideas are his own designs and he combines a variety of techniques into his work which is only available in private collections.

Photography Collection

The Museum showcases Idaho's unique and spectacular wilderness scenery in dozens of enlarged aluminum high gloss photographs with descriptive location plaques. Most of the photographs were captured by the talented photographer, David Pinkerton. While David has traveled extensively to Alaska, New Zealand and Europe, this collection focuses on the natural beauty throughout Idaho.


Local artists are featured with their original oil paintings and limited edition wildlife and wilderness art, including Steven Shortridge, Peggy Thompson, Chester Fields, etc.

Illustrated Character Qualities in Nature

The Idaho Character Foundation presents forty-nine different character qualities that are all illustrated in the nature of specific wildlife, and described in detail on wall plaques, and serve as an inspiration and motivation for us to finish strong with integrity.

To request a tour click the link below.