Located at Kaladhungi, Jim Corbett Wildlife museum is more than just a museum and is a captivating part of dense reserve. Positioned just 3 KM away from its main town, this museum attracts historians, heritage and wildlife lovers. This museum displays paintings, personal articles, sketches, last hunt and manuscripts of Jim Corbett. The whole museum is historical site which gives glimpse of Jim’s Corbett’s life.
Jim Corbett Wildlife Museum is a bungalow which earlier belonged to Jim Corbett – a renowned hunter who tuned into environmentalist and raised the value of wildlife. A visit to this museum is knowledgeable and meaningful, and one can learn importance of wildlife. This museum catches attention of all tourists due to its glorifying attractions. Additionally, animal lovers can purchase handicrafts and handmade rural items that reflect the images of wild animals like tiger, etc.
Although Jim Corbett Museum remains open throughout the year, but the best month to visit this wildlife museum is during January and March. The museum stays open from 7 AM to 6 PM. The other major attractions near this museum are Dhikala, Corbett Falls, Bijrani, Jhirna Gate, Amanda Gate Corbett, Vatanvasa Gate, Kalagarh Gate, Sitabani Temple, Sona Nadi Range, Kyari Camp, etc.