Huntington, Indiana: Sumner B. Sheets Museum of Wildlife
One of its featured creatures is the second largest polar bear ever killed.
- 200 Safari Trail, Huntington, IN
- One-half mile west of the stoplight at the intersection of US Hwy 24 and Hwy 9. The museum will be on the right, just off of Rangeline Rd.
- Tu-Sa 10 am - 4 pm. (Call to verify)
Sumner B. Sheets Museum of Wildlife
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Great place to visit! The museum is a collection of mounted animals from all over the world which were hunted by Sumner Sheets, a Huntington resident. Collection includes the 2nd largest Polar Bear ever taken, tigers, lions, you name it.
[Chris Knuckles, 07/25/2009]
January 24, 2017
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