Though it's called a museum, it's so much more. In fact, this is a botanical garden, aquarium, and zoo all combined into one where you can see Mexican wolves, coatis, javelina, and coyote in naturally designed habitats. There is an Earth Sciences Center inside the museum where you can appreciate a unique display of minerals, and you can even climb an artificial limestone cave. The Raptor Free Flight show is an enjoyable exhibit where an invisible fence will be the only barrier between you and powerful birds that soar and dive just a few centimeters from your head.
Now a theme park where you can enjoy stunt shows or pet animals on the farm, the studio was originally constructed to shoot the Hollywood movie 'Arizona,' which was released in 1940. You can see screenings of many old Westerns here, many of which were shot in the studio. The studio also offers stagecoach rides and horseback riding for an extra charge. You can also interact and take fun selfies with the actors dressed in western attire who walk around the streets of the studio and put up enthralling street performances.
The shaded outdoor terrace and large windows of the visitor center are perfect for admiring fantastic views of the surrounding desert and nearby mountains. The Red Hills Visitor Center also has a gallery with educational displays of the fauna and flora of the region.